Ohio City Considers Incentives For Amazon Center< < Back to
A central Ohio city is considering incentives to entice Amazon.com to build a $1.1 billion data center there.
Development officials in the city of Dublin are asking city council to approve incentives including 68 acres of land valued at $6.8 million for the project. Other proposed incentives include water and sewer lines, road improvements and performance incentives that could be worth up to $500,000 over ten years.
The company hasn't committed to the project, but says it's always looking to expand its geographic reach.
The data center would generate $9.6 million in annual payroll if the project is carried out.
The Dublin City Council is expected to vote on the incentives on September 22nd.