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Sioux City Considers Economic Development Incentives for Braunger Foods Relocation

At its next meeting, the City Council of Sioux City, IA will consider a couple of economic development resolutions related to a proposed expansion and relocation by food service distribution company Braunger Foods, LLC.


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Braunger Foods has been in Sioux City for the last 125 years, and is now a subsidiary of Grand Island, NE-based Toba, Inc.

Braunger is now considering expanding and relocating its office and warehouse operations to a bigger facility. The company distributes food and related products to approximately 1,000 restaurants, schools and healthcare clients in the Siouxland area, where it has 47 employees.

Due to recent growth, the company now needs a bigger space, and is considering sites in Iowa and South Dakota for the project.

Sioux City officials have been working with the company to ensure it stays put. The proposal under consideration is for Braunger to relocate into a city-owned industrial building that was previously acquired by the city and leased to Sabre Industries as part of an expansion agreement.

The City is now considering selling this facility, its contents and 16 acres of available land for $1,800,000 to BTW Properties, Inc., a holding company for several subsidiaries including Braunger Foods.

BTW Properties will then invest another $2.2 million to build a 17,400-square-foot addition to the building’s warehouse, and also remodel 15,000 square feet of the existing facility to include new cooler and processing space. Braunger Foods will relocate to this facility and operate it through a long-term lease with BTW Properties.

Apart from the assistance in securing the facility, Sioux City economic development incentives for the project will include an estimated $145,000 in tax rebates to BTW Properties, Inc. on the new incremental taxes created by the value added to the building.

Braunger Foods, LLC is additionally in line to receive $300,000 in state tax credits through the Targeted Jobs Withholding Tax Credit Program. The Iowa Economic Development Authority Board will take up this application at its next meeting later this month, subject to a recommendation from the City Council of Sioux City.

For Sioux City, the benefits of this project include the retention of 47 jobs and a historic 125-year old company, along with the $1,800,000 it will receive from the sale of the property. Not to mention the increased tax revenue from the $4,039,900 tax value of the additions and improvements.

Boeing Growth, SC Tax Credits Attract Impresa Aerospace to Charleston Region

Aerospace industry supplier Impresa Aerospace LLC is expanding into South Carolina with the acquisition of the assets of Charleston, SC-based Dynamic Solutions, LLC.

Impresa Aerospace

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Supported by South Carolina economic development tax credits, the company is acquiring Dynamic Solutions’ 7.5-acre site that includes a 40,000-square-foot manufacturing facility at Five Corporate Parkway in Goose Creek, just outside Charleston.

Gardena, CA-based Impresa Aerospace specializes in supplying OEMs, Tier 1 and Tier 2 customers with high-quality, competitively priced precision sheet metal parts, CNC-machined components and assemblies. The company has major contracts with Boeing Commercial & Defense, Spirit Aerosystems, Northrop Grumman, Sikorsky, Lockheed Martin, Goodrich, and Gulfstream.

The acquisition of the Dynamic Solutions’ assets in Goose Creek includes not just real estate and the facility, but also an array of CNC milling and turning machines that will enhance Impresa’s precision machining abilities.

In addition to facility upgrades, Impresa also plans on creating 50 to 75 new jobs in Berkeley County and the City of Goose Creek over the next three to five years.

The company, which is owned by Los Angeles-based private investment firm Twin Haven Capital Partners, LLC, already has a staff of over 300 located at their existing 100,000-square-foot facility in Gardena and another 40,000-square-foot plant in Wichita, KS.

In a release announcing Impresa’s expansion into South Carolina, Twin Haven Capital Managing Partner Rob Webster said that the opportunity to acquire an existing underutilized manufacturing footprint in the dynamic South Carolina market was immediately appealing.

Webster added that this new facility ideally positions them to meet the growing needs of Boeing and other key customers in the region. Boeing’s North Charleston site is the home of their second 787 Dreamliner final assembly and delivery facility.

Impresa Aerospace CEO Scott Smith likewise said that this acquisition is in line with their strategic objectives of continually investing in their customers and increased vertical integration. Smith added that they are moving these key objectives forward by strategically placing production in close proximity to their OEM and Tier One customers, and enhancing their existing machining capabilities.

The South Carolina Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits for this project. The Charleston Regional Development Alliance (CRDA) assisted Impresa in locating in Berkeley County and facilitated their introductions to Dynamic Solutions and the community’s leaders and assets. CRDA is the regional economic development organization representing Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties.

Governor Nikki Haley said in the release that “This decision is a major milestone for Impresa, and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome them to the South Carolina family.”

Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt noted that South Carolina’s aerospace industry continues to soar, and this announcement by Impresa Aerospace is a testament to that.

Berkeley County Supervisor Bill Peagler added that Impresa Aerospace’s investment in Berkeley County is further proof that Berkeley County is open for business, and Berkeley County means business.

Team Volusia Economic Development Brings Frontier Communications Business Unit to DeLand, FL

Frontier Communications Corporation is once expanding its operations in Volusia County, FL with the selection of the City of DeLand as the location for a new business unit.

Frontier Communications

Frontier Communications (photo – Jeepersmedia/flickr)

Supported by Enterprise Florida, Team Volusia Economic Development Corporation, Volusia County and the City of DeLand, Frontier plans to invest $2.5 million to add 32,000 square feet of office space and create 400 new jobs.

These new jobs are in addition to an expansion announced by the company last year which added 180 new jobs in DeLand. All told, Frontier Communications will now have 1,500 Florida employees, including these 400 new jobs.

Governor Rick Scott said in a release announcing the new jobs that this great news means hundreds of new opportunities will be available to families in Volusia County.

Kelly Morgan, senior vice president and general anager of Frontier Secure, a service of Frontier, said in the release that Frontier has approached its tenth year doing business in Florida, and they owe that in large part to their partners from the state, county and local community.

This expansion was secured by a partnership effort that includes Team Volusia EDC, Volusia County, the City of DeLand, Enterprise Florida, the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, CareerSource Florida, and CareerSource Flagler Volusia.

Jones Lang Lasalle served as the site selection consultant on this project. Details about economic development incentives for the expansion have not been made public, other than the offer of performance-based grants from CareerSource Florida for employee training through the Quick Response Training program.

Frontier Communications Corp. has previously been approved for $420,000 in State of Florida, Volusia County and DeLand economic development incentives through the Qualified Target Industry (QTI) tax refund program for its expansion in DeLand last year.

Team Volusia EDC Chair John Wanamaker said in the release that Team Volusia is excited to bring this new business unit to DeLand and Volusia County. Wanamaker added that Frontier’s selection of DeLand for the new business unit is a testament to the quality of the workforce that exists in DeLand and Volusia County.

DeLand Mayor Bob Apgar added that the City is pleased to have assisted in Frontier’s job growth and facility expansions and said they look forward to continuing DeLand’s highly successful relationship with this leader in the telecommunications industry.

Stamford, CT-based Frontier Communications Corporation (NASDAQ: FTR) is a telecommunications company with 17,800 employees serving residential and business customers in 28 states.

Michigan Economic Development Corp Launches We Run on Brainpower Campaign

Governor Rick Snyder announced the launch of a new initiative called “We Run on Brainpower” designed to showcase the cutting edge high technology jobs in today’s automotive industry and the opportunities they offer to Michigan students and residents.

Video – MEDC

In a release announcing the campaign, Gov. Snyder said that “The vehicles of tomorrow are being developed in Michigan today because our state is home to the nation’s highest concentration of engineers, designers, innovators and IT specialists.”

We Run on Brainpower, directed by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, shines a spotlight on the advanced skillset of Michigan’s automotive talent with stories of the men and women who are developing the vehicles of tomorrow.

MEDC, along with other industry partners such as Ford, Visteon and Toyota, collaborated to develop a series of “A Day in the Life” videos about the work being done by some of these engineers leading the charge.

One of those featured is Rana Mohtadi, principal scientist at the Toyota Research Institute of North America in Ann Arbor, MI. Mohtadi has a passion for the environment and developing sustainable technologies that aren’t harmful to the world around her.

“I’m working specifically on materials that will allow us to store larger amount of energy than what is currently available in lithium ion batteries,” says Mohtadi. She adds that Toyota is leading its research and development operation in Michigan because the state is an innovation hub for research and development.

We Run on Brainpower builds on Gov. Snyder’s creation last year of a new department to address the growing need for tech and high skill personnel in Michigan. The Department of Talent and Economic Development, led by Steve Arwood who leads the MEDC, formally began operations in March 2015.

TED includes the MEDC, Pure Michigan, and the new Talent Investment Agency directed by Stephanie Comai. The restructuring and consolidation of these agencies into TED aligns Michigan’s workforce and economic development capabilities to offer coordinated programs for the state’s businesses and individuals.

Kevin Kerrigan, senior vice president of the MEDC’s Automotive Office, said in the release that Michigan continues to be the epicenter of the automotive industry as the home of top-tier suppliers, automakers and startups. Kerrigan added that they need the talent that’s out there to realize that Michigan is a place where you can seriously grow your career and that it’s a pretty great place to live, too.

You can find the We Run on Brainpower videos, feature stories and other content showcasing the talent, opportunities and innovations in Michigan’s automotive industry on the website.

The Dalles and Wasco County, OR Approve Economic Development Agreement For Google Data Center Expansion

The Dalles City Council and Wasco County Board of Commissioners have both approved an Enterprise Zone Agreement that will provide Google with a tax exemption, should the company decide to go ahead with an expansion of its data center operations in The Dalles, OR.

Google data center in The Dalles, OR

Google data center in The Dalles, OR (photo – Tony Webster/flickr)

Wasco County and the City of The Dalles are co-sponsors of an Oregon Enterprise Zone in The Dalles. Companies that locate here, invest in the community and create jobs can enter into long-term, 15-year tax exemption agreements.

Wasco County and The Dalles economic development benefits from such agreements include enterprise zone fees paid to them by the businesses that receive tax exemptions.

Google, doing business in The Dalles as Design, LLC, has already invested $1.2 billion in The Dalles and signed two such 15-year agreements in 2005 and 2013 with Wasco County and the City of The Dalles.

The first data center facility that opened in 2007 in The Dalles now has 80 Google employees and a total of over 150 employees including contractors. The average annual salary of these 80 employees exceeds the requirement of at least 150 percent of the average salary in Wasco County.

The company has now requested a third enterprise zone agreement for constructing a new development on a 23-acre site in the Port of The Dalles’ new Columbia Gorge Industrial Center.

The agreement provides Google with a 15-year tax exemption for the new development on this site, in return for which the company must make an investment of at least $200 million and create at least 10 new jobs. Google’s expansion plan is expected to surpass both these requirements, and will likely result in the creation of up to 50 new jobs.

If Google decides to go ahead with the project, the company will immediately have to pay an initial fee of $1.45 million to the City and County, along with another $250,000 to the Port of The Dalles for the development of additional industrial land. Going forward, the City and County will receive an annual fee of at least $1 million, starting from the tax year that follows the new facility going online.

Google already pays $250,000 as an annual fee for the 2005 agreement, and another $800,000 under the 2013 agreement, adding up to a total of $1,050,000 per year. The proposed expansion will therefore at least double the annual enterprise zone fees the City and County get from Google.

Since the City and County are able to decide how to use this revenue generated by the enterprise zone agreements, it provides them with flexible funding to address significant community issues.

Past revenues from enterprise zone agreements have been used to further The Dalles and Wasco County’s economic development activities, enhance public broadband utility, provide programs at Columbia Gorge Community College, and provide assistance to Northern Wasco School District 21 and the Mid-Columbia Fire and Rescue.

Google’s presence in the area also provides other benefits such as grants the company has awarded to Wasco County schools and non-profits totaling $ 1.2 million, and $350,000 for The Dalles public Wi-Fi. Google employees also volunteer their time, energy and talents to many non-profits in the Gorge Area.

NYC Economic Development Corp Signs Off on Baldor Specialty Foods Expansion in the Bronx

The New York City Economic Development Corporation announced approval of a lease amendment that will allow fresh produce and specialty food distributor Baldor Specialty Foods to undertake a major expansion of its facility in the Hunts Point Food Distribution Center in the Bronx.

Baldor Specialty Foods

Baldor Specialty Foods (photo – hannibal1107/flickr)

The 329-acre Hunts Point Food Distribution Center, managed by the NYC Economic Development Corp, is one of the largest in the world and is the gateway for approximately 50 percent of the food that arrives in New York City stores and restaurants.

It includes the Hunts Point Terminal Produce Market, the Hunts Point Cooperative Meat Market, the New Fulton Fish Market, and parcels that are leased to private companies including Baldor, Anheuser-Busch, Krasdale Foods, and Dairyland.

Baldor is investing nearly $20 million to expand this facility in the Bronx by 100,000 square feet in order to support growth in its fresh cuts manufacturing operation and increase its distribution to customers across the City and metropolitan region.

Baldor Specialty Foods was founded in 1946 as a fruit stand in Greenwich Village called Balducci’s Produce. The company now has more than 1,000 employees at the 193,000-square-foot warehouse distribution facility on a 13-acre site in the Hunts Point Food Distribution Center which it leases from the City. This latest expansion will enable Baldor to create another 350 new jobs.

The amended lease allows Baldor to expand its facility by 100,000 square feet, and relocate its parking spaces to the adjacent Halleck Industrial Development site. Baldor was one of those who responded to a public RFP issued by NYCEDC, and their project was selected as being consistent with the goals of the Hunts Point Vision Plan to catalyze food-related industrial uses and create local jobs.

NYC Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development Alicia Glen said in a release announcing the project that “Baldor’s expansion represents an incredible opportunity here for our rapidly expanding restaurant and culinary sector to link up with food manufacturing right in the Bronx.”

NYCEDC President Maria Torres-Springer noted that Hunts Point is home to one of the largest food distribution centers in the world, and Baldor Specialty Foods’ significant investment and expansion will create hundreds of more quality, local jobs for the people of the Bronx.

This expansion builds on Mayor Bill de Blasio’s announcement earlier this year in March that the City will invest $150 million to enhance the capacity of the Hunts Point Food Distribution Center, attract new entrepreneurs, and strengthen existing businesses.

TJ Murphy, owner and CEO of Baldor Specialty Foods, said in the release that this expansion solidifies their Bronx location as the headquarters of Baldor Specialty Foods. Murphy added that they are proud to make this investment in the Bronx, to strengthen their commitment to Hunts Point, and to continue to be a strong supporter of the area’s overall economic development.

Most of Baldor’s employees at Hunts Point are Bronx residents, and the company has agreed to utilize NYCEDC’s HireNYC program to fill the jobs being created by this latest expansion. HireNYC connects the City’s workforce development services to NYC economic development projects with the aim of providing job access to local, low-income New York City residents.

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. said in the release that it’s great to see the expansion of Baldor Specialty Foods, continuing the growth of the Hunts Point neighborhood.

D.R. Horton Relocates Corporate HQ to Arlington, TX

D.R. Horton, Inc., the largest builder in the United States, is relocating its corporate headquarters to a new campus in the City of Arlington, TX.

D.R. Horton HQ in Arlington, TX

D.R. Horton HQ in Arlington, TX (rendering –

Supported by a $5.5 million Arlington economic development grant, the company plans to invest $20 million to build an approximately 150,000 square-foot campus and parking facility in Arlington.

Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams said in a release announcing the project that D.R. Horton’s decision to move to Arlington continues their momentum in building investment in their economy. “Having ‘America’s Builder’ return to the American Dream City is a tangible example of our great business environment and commitment to provide quality job opportunities for Arlington residents,” added Mayor Williams.

The company’s current headquarters is in the D. R. Horton Tower in Downtown Fort Worth. The new location, along the I-30 Frontage Road east of N. Collins Street in Arlington, will give D.R. Horton a company-owned headquarters in the heart of North Texas with great access to DFW International Airport.

Commercial real estate developer and investor Trammell Crow Company has entered into an agreement with the City of Arlington to serve as the developer of a site covering over 18 acres located on I-30 and Collins. The site will ultimately be able to accommodate up to one million square feet of premier, Class A office space.

Denton Walker, senior managing director with Trammell Crow Company’s Dallas-Fort Worth Business Unit, said in the release that they believe this is an incredible build-to-suit opportunity for a new corporate headquarters in one of the best located cities in North Texas that is focused on attracting and expanding its corporate headquarter base.

D.R. Horton’s return to Arlington will bring an expected 500 new jobs to the city. The company currently employs approximately 6,300 employees nationwide.

In order to secure the project and support the company’s investment plans, the Arlington City Council has approved a $5.5 million development grant for the project. The grant will fund improvements to drainage, roadways, structured parking and other infrastructure at the site.

The Arlington City Council’s Economic Development Committee Chair Jimmy Bennett said in the release that D.R. Horton’s return to Arlington is exactly the type of transformative development that they envision for the Entertainment District.

Bennett added that the addition of quality, class A office product by a Fortune 500 company puts them well on their way to creating a central business district surrounded by Arlington’s world-class amenities, right in the heart of the Metroplex.

D.R. Horton, Inc. (NYSE:DHI) is a Fortune 500 company that operates in 79 markets across 27 states. Since its founding in 1978, D.R. Horton has built more than 500,000 homes, and has maintained its position as America’s largest builder by volume for 13 consecutive years.

US Economic Development Administration Launches Next Round of RIS Grant Funding

The U.S. Economic Development Administration has launched a $10 million federal grant funding opportunity for the next round of the Regional Innovation Strategies Program competition.

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US EDA RIS program (photo –

This is the second round of the RIS competition through which the EDA is providing grant funding to spur innovation capacity-building activities.

EDA is currently soliciting applications for two types of funding opportunities under RIS. One is the i6 Challenge, launched in 2010 as part of the Startup America Initiative. This competition funds organizations helping innovators and entrepreneurs convert their ideas, innovations, research and intellectual property into viable, sustainable companies.

The other RIS funding opportunity is for Seed Fund Support Grants, formerly known as Cluster Grants for Seed Capital Funds. This program provides funding for regionally-focused seed capital funds that provide early-stage capital to innovation-based startups with high-growth potential.

Announcing the launch of the second round of RIS grants, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker said in a release that the Regional Innovation Strategies Program competition will build the capacity for innovation and entrepreneurship in regions all across America and ultimately strengthen the nation’s competitiveness.

This year, the RIS program is providing a total of $10 million in funding, out of which $8 million will be provided through the i6 Challenge.

This funding is available to all communities regardless of level of distress. However, EDA expects to award up to $2.5 million of the total $8 million this year to projects that provide services to rural areas, and to applicants who create specific outreach plans for populations and communities that are underrepresented in innovation and entrepreneurship.

The remaining $2 million will be provided through the Seed Fund Support Grants program. These are cluster grants that serve as funding for technical assistance to support feasibility, planning, formation, or launch of cluster-based seed capital funds.

Funds seeking these cluster grants must include job creation in their consideration for issuing capital, and funds that reach out to underrepresented communities and populations and measure the effectiveness of that outreach will receive special consideration.

The Regional Innovation Strategies Program was established through the reauthorization of the America COMPETES Act, and is being run by the U.S. Economic Development Administration’s Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

The grant recipients in the first round of RIS funding have already commenced activities outlined in their applications.

Applicants interested in applying for the second round RIS grant funding or to find out more about eligibility, matching-fund requirements, and application and submission deadlines can see the Federal Funding Opportunity (FFO). Also, the EDA is planning a webinar to discuss the RIS Program FFO.

MMC Link Park Project Supports Binghamton and Southern Tier Economic Development

Global sales optimization firm Modern Marketing Concepts, Inc. announced plans for an expansion of its operations and workforce in Broome County, NY, while at the same time creating a world-class business park on industrial property in Binghamton that has been vacant for over two decades.

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The project, supported by New York economic development agency Empire State Development, the NYS Job Development Authority and the Broome County IDA, has a strong regional economic development component for the Southern Tier.

The company plans to invest $17 million to acquire the vacant Link Flight Simulation facility in Kirkwood, NY and redevelop it into Link Park, a multi-use and multi-tenant facility. It will not only accommodate MMC’s own expansion but also support Greater Binghamton economic development by attracting additional businesses and jobs.

As a start, the investment and new space will allow MMC to create 592 new full-time jobs over the next five years, and retain 310 existing jobs.

Link Park, offering 450,000 square feet of office space located on over 50 acres at the crossroads of three major interstates, will be built to serve as a gateway to Greater Binghamton business. The development will offer newly renovated buildings and a custom-built, modern work environment for each tenant based on their individual needs. Link Park is also partnering with Binghamton University to connect talent with Link Park client tenants.

In a release announcing the project, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo said that “This expansion project is another step forward for the local community, and it is one that will help Binghamton and the surrounding areas become the kinds of places where our young people come and stay to find their future in the new economy.”

Modern Marketing Concepts, Inc. Founder and CEO Daniel R. Babcock said in the release that he would like to thank local, regional and State government for the opportunity to continue to grow and invest in the region.

The company had considered two out of state locations for their expansion, but decided to stay and grow in Upstate New York.

In order to secure the project and the jobs for the Southern Tier, Empire State Development offered the company a $5 million capital grant and another $800,000 in Excelsior Jobs Program tax credits tied to the creation and retention of 902 jobs.

Empire State Development President, CEO and Commissioner Howard Zemsky said in the release that as part of their strategic approach to economic development, one of their top priorities is to retain key regional employers like MMC, and help them thrive.

The NYS Job Development Authority (JDA) is additionally providing a $5 million loan to assist MMC with the acquisition and redevelopment of the property in Binghamton. The Agency (formerly the Broome County IDA) is likewise helping finance the project through a $4.5 million loan.

The Agency Executive Director Kevin McLaughlin said in the release that the Link building has been underutilized for decades, and added that it will be tremendously exciting to see this building transformed into Link Park and to see Dan Babcock’s vision for the next generation workforce come to life.

Flint Assembly Gets $877M GM Investment

General Motors announced that it will invest $877 million to build a new body shop body shop at its Flint Assembly Plant in Flint, MI.

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GM investments (press photo – ©General Motors)

GM is building the new 883,000-square-foot body shop north of the Flint Metal Center to reduce transportation time and handling between the two facilities. The investment will also be used for retooling, new equipment and upgrades to the assembly area.

Cathy Clegg, GM North America Manufacturing and Labor Relations vice president, said in a release that “This investment will allow us to use a more innovative approach to deliver material between two critical facilities, reducing handling and the time it takes to ship parts.”

The Flint Assembly Plant, which opened in 1947, has produced more than 13 million vehicles, including the first 300 Chevrolet Corvettes that were hand built at this plant. Flint Assembly is now a popular destination for pickup truck customers who want to watch their heavy-duty Silverados or Sierra pickups being assembled and rolling off the assembly line.

The facility produces the heavy-duty Chevrolet and GMC Sierra Crew and regular cab trucks, and has the capability to produce light-duty Chevrolet Silverado Crew and regular cab trucks. The plant employs 2,820 people, including more than 2,570 hourly workers. This employment generates $238 million in wages and $46.5 million in payroll taxes.

Flint Mayor Dayne Walling highlighted the big impact that GM’s investments and operations have had on Flint economic development. “In the last several years, GM’s investments in the city of Flint have topped $2.5 billion, creating hundreds of construction jobs and an economic boost for the community,” said Mayor Walling.

GM’s latest $877 million investment in the Flint Assembly brings the total investment in this facility to more than $1.8 billion since 2011. This includes $328 million in 2011 to enable production of the next generation of Chevrolet and GMC full-size pickup trucks, and another $600 million in 2013 for facility upgrades and construction of a new standalone paint shop.

GM also announced a $7.5 million investment at Flint Assembly in 2014 to update its compressed air system and convert from steam heat to natural gas.

This new $877 million investment in the Flint Assembly also completes a series of investment announcements totaling $5.4 billion that GM had announced it would make at its U.S. facilities over the next three years.

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