Job Creation

Illinois Cites Hoist Liftruck Relocation to Speed Up Workers Compensation Law Reform

The State of Illinois has issued a statement explaining why Illinois-based company Hoist Liftruck moved its manufacturing operations from Bedford Park, IL to East Chicago, IN, and cites it as a reason for why Illinois urgently needs reforms.

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Stillinnoyed campaign billboard (photo – IEDC)

Hoist Liftruck Mfg., Inc., a manufacturer of high-capacity material handling equipment, is moving into an approximately 550,000-square-foot building in East Chicago in order to expand its production of heavy-duty forklifts.

The company, which currently employs more than 300 associates, expects to create hundreds of new jobs in Indiana this year, and up to 500 new jobs by 2022.

Marty Flaska, president and chief executive officer of Hoist Liftruck, founded Forklift Exchange in 1980 from his house in the western suburbs of Chicago. Flaska said in a release issued by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation that “We are excited to partner with East Chicago and the state of Indiana on this project that will be integral to our growth.”

East Chicago Mayor Anthony Copeland said in the release that they thank the Flaska family and their company for selecting East Chicago to expand its operations.

Meanwhile, Illinois Director of Communications Lance Trover issued a statement about Hoist Liftruck relocating its operations to East Chicago, IN:

“This is further proof of why Governor Rauner’s reforms are needed so we can keep jobs from fleeing Illinois like they have been for years. Unlike Speaker Madigan who believes all is well with Illinois’ job climate, Governor Rauner understands that small business owners need help getting out from under the weight of the politicians in Springfield who refuse to reform our business climate and simply want to raise taxes.”

This statement was issued in response to an article in Crain’s Chicago Business which quotes Flaska as citing the unfriendly business climate in Illinois as the reason for its departure from the state.

Among the things he cites are the high costs related to workers’ compensation issues in Cook County, and the lower taxes for the company and more affordable housing for employees in Indiana. He also cites the critical role that incentives played in the relocation.

The IEDC has offered Hoist Liftrucks Mfg. Inc. up to $8.25 million in performance-based tax credits, along with up to $200,000 in training grants tied to the company’s job creation plans. The company is also getting East Chicago economic development incentives, and additional support for the project from the Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority and NIPSCO.

The statement issued by Illinois Director of Communications Lance Trover notes that Illinois couldn’t compete with this package, and adds that Governor Bruce Rauner has proposed significant reforms to Illinois’ workers’ compensation laws that will positively impact Illinois to grow the economy.

Ford Kicks Off Inshored Truck Production at Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake

Ford’s new 2016 F-650 and F-750 medium-duty trucks rolled off the line for the first time today in the United States at their Cleveland-area truck production plant in Avon Lake, OH.

Ford F-650/F-750 medium duty trucks - Made in Ohio

Ford F-650/F-750 medium duty trucks – Made in Ohio (press photo –

The inshoring of medium-duty truck production from Mexico to Ohio last year has brought Avon Lake economic development benefits including $168 million in investments for retooling and helped secure more than 1,000 UAW hourly jobs.

As the first F-650 and F-750 trucks made in the United States rolled off the line, Joe Hinrichs, Ford president, The Americas, said in a release that Ford’s investment in Ohio Assembly Plant reinforces their commitment to building vehicles in America and to delivering best-in-class commercial trucks.

Hinrichs added that working with their partners in the UAW, they found a way to make the costs competitive enough to bring production of a whole new generation of work trucks to Ohio.

The F-650/F-750 trucks anchor Ford’s commercial vehicle lineup, and have been America’s best-selling commercial trucks for 30 straight years. Last year, Ford announced it was bringing production of these trucks for the first time to the United States, and investing $168 million for this, along with new body shop equipment and other tooling needed to produce the medium-duty vehicles.

The last major expansion at this facility before this was back in 1998, for adding a paint department. The decision to invest another $168 million and bring F-650/F-750 truck production to OHAP was crucially important in terms of securing the future of the vast plant, its workers and the Avon Lake community.

Ford is one of the largest employers in Lorain County. The Ohio Assembly Plant, which first opened in 1974, now employs nearly 1,400 hourly workers in two shifts, along with 130 salaried employees (and 420 robots).

The plant itself covers 3.7 million square feet of space spread across 419 acres. OHAP’s operations additionally support approximately 480 production suppliers and 200 non-production suppliers.

Full van and club wagons production was shut down in June last year to make way for the medium duty trucks, but OHAP still produces Ford E-Series cutaway vans and stripped chassis.

Jimmy Settles, UAW vice president and director, National Ford Department, said in the release that through collective bargaining, they were able to secure production of the Ford F-650/F-750 to Ohio Assembly Plant.

Settles added that building these world-class vehicles in America helps secure jobs for more than 1,000 UAW members and provides economic growth for the Avon Lake community.

Ryder Expansion in Spring Hill, TN to Create 606 New Jobs

Fleet management and supply chain solutions company Ryder Supply Chain Solutions is expanding its operations in Spring Hill, TN.


Ryder (photo – JLaw45/flickr)

Ryder will invest $16.5 million to double the size of its Spring Hill warehousing operations from 300,000 square feet to 600,000 square feet.

The expansion will also enable the company to create approximately 606 new jobs over the next five years, in the process quadrupling its current Maury County workforce of 200.

Steve Sensing, President, Global Supply Chain Solutions for Ryder, said in a release announcing the expansion that they are proud to expand Ryder’s world-class Spring Hill logistics operation in support of their growing business in this market.

Sensing added that they have served customers in Spring Hill for decades, and the area is flush with talent enabling them to meet their customers’ logistics needs.

Governor Bill Haslam said in the release that “Tennessee’s central geographic location and incredible logistics infrastructure offer companies around the world a great setting for growth and success.”

The Governor added that they want to thank Ryder for choosing to expand in Spring Hill and adding more than 600 new jobs to the Maury County workforce.

Tennessee Economic Development Commissioner Randy Boyd likewise noted that Tennessee is the top state in the nation for overall infrastructure and global access, making it an outstanding choice for Ryder’s latest expansion.

Commissioner Boyd added that he appreciates Ryder’s continued investment in Tennessee and for creating hundreds of new jobs in Spring Hill.

Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance President Wil Evans congratulated Ryder and thanked them for the continued investment in the community. Evans noted that it is always exciting to see existing industries grow, and Ryder’s decision to expand in the county further solidifies that Maury County is a great place to do business.

Miami, FL-based Ryder System, Inc. (NYSE:R) was founded in 1993 by James Ryder, who put down a $35 down payment on a 1931 Model A Ford truck to haul concrete.

Ryder is now a FORTUNE 500 company with divisions for everything from fleet management to large-scale supply chain solutions and turnkey transportation solutions. The company manages critical transportation and logistics functions for more than 50,000 customers and generated $6.638 billion in revenue last year through operations spread across North America, the U.K. and parts of Asia.

Birmingham Economic Development Agreement With Kamtek Leads to $530M Investment

Following the approval of a development agreement by the City Council of Birmingham, AL, automotive stamping supplier Kamtek has announced plans for a $530 million investment into its operations in the Valley East Industrial Park in Birmingham.


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Kamtek is a part of Cosma International, one of the body and chassis divisions of global automotive supplier Magna International.

The company will invest $530 million, including $80 million for a new 148,000-square-foot facility for production of aluminum automotive casting parts, and another $450 million for a 201,000-square-foot expansion of its current facility in the Valley East Industrial Park where it produces stamped parts for Mercedes-Benz and its other automotive customers.

This expansion and the new aluminum casting parts facility will together enable the company to create another 354 jobs to add to its existing Alabama workforce of more than 900.

In a release announcing the project, Governor Robert Bentley said that “Kamtek’s manufacturing operation in Alabama has grown through several expansions over the years, and I am honored that the company has picked Birmingham for another major investment.”

Kamtek’s investment into its current operations in Jefferson County is already close to $473 million. The company acquired its existing facility in Jefferson County from Ogihara in 2008, and followed up with a $196.5 million expansion in 2012.

Speaking about this latest $530 million investment, Greg Canfield, secretary of the Alabama Department of Commerce, is quoted in the release as saying that it is one of the largest and most significant by an auto supplier in Alabama.

The Kamtek announcement was preceded by the City Council’s approval of the agreement through which the City and the Jefferson County Economic and Industrial Development Authority are conveying 78 acres of land for the new facility to Kamtek. This includes 74 acres of City-owned property valued at $1,190,706, and another four acres of companion property from the JCEIDA valued at $326,700.

Birmingham Mayor William Bell is quoted in the release as saying that this means jobs, this means economic opportunities for Birmingham, Jefferson County and the state of Alabama.

Kamtek General Manager John Hackett likewise said that they are excited to continue their partnership with the local government in creating jobs and positioning themselves for future business.

The City Council’s previously published agenda had only included the resolution authorizing the agreement for the $80 million investment by Kamtek for the new facility on Sterilite Drive. Frank Ervin, director of government affairs for Magna International, who attended the City Council meeting, is quoted as saying that “Everything is going so good that we decided we would spend a little more money.”

The new $80 million Kamtek facility and the $450 million expansion project was secured by a partnership of state and local organizations. This includes the Alabama Dept. of Commerce, the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama, state workforce training agency AIDT, Alabama Power Co., the Birmingham Business Alliance, the City of Birmingham Economic Development Office, and the JCEIDA.

Indianapolis Talent Pool, Indiana Economic Development Incentives Attract Rook Security Expansion

Global IT security solutions provider Rook Security is planning an expansion of its operations in Indianapolis, IN.

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The company plans to invest $589,000 to upgrade and purchase new technology equipment and hardware for its corporate headquarters in downtown Indianapolis.

Indiana tax credits and training grants, along with city of Indianapolis economic development support, will enable the company to create up to 132 new high-wage jobs in Indianapolis to add to their 53 existing full-time employees.

Rook Security CEO J.J. Thompson said in a release announcing the expansion that the universities in the state of Indiana are producing great talent and that talent pool is brilliant, and added that Indiana is a fantastic area to be a growing tech firm.

Governor Mike Pence likewise said in the release that “We’re witnessing firms with national reputations like Rook Security repeatedly choose to create great, high-paying jobs in Indiana in part because of the knowledgeable, creative workforce that calls Indiana home.”

The company was founded as Rook Consulting in San Jose, CA in 2008, and relocated from Silicon Valley to Indianapolis in 2010. Last year, the company opened a second office in Carmel, IN and changed its name to Rook Security.

With more than 50 full-time employees and 18 interns from local universities, the company’s workforce nearly tripled in the last year alone. This growth recently earned Rook Security a designation from the Indianapolis Business Journal as the fastest-growing technology company of the year in Indianapolis, and the second-fastest growing company overall.

At that time, Thompson said in a release that bringing Rook Security from Silicon Valley to Indianapolis was the absolute catalyst for the company’s explosive growth over the past three years.

In order to secure this latest expansion with another 120 new jobs, the Indiana Economic Development Corporation offered Rook Consulting Inc. up to $2,730,000 in conditional tax credits tied to the company’s job creation plans. Another $140,000 in state training grants will be made available, also tied to their job creation plans.

At the request of Develop Indy, the City of Indianapolis is also providing local support for the Rook Security expansion. Indianapolis economic development group Develop Indy is a business unit of the Indy Chamber.

Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard said in the release that he is pleased that Rook Security chose Indianapolis as the place to expand their operation. Mayor Ballard added that the city’s tech sector is thriving, and that speaks volumes about their pool of top talent.

Chef’d Seeks NJ Economic Development Incentives For Camden Fulfillment Center

At its next meeting, the Board of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority will consider applications for Grow NJ incentives for eight projects.

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New Jersey (photo – Famartin/wikimedia)

This includes two significant Camden economic development projects by Chef’d LLC and Great Socks, LLC.

El Segundo, CA-based Chef’d delivers fresh ingredients and recipes for meals to customers who place orders online on the Chef’d website.

The company is planning to establish a fulfillment center on the east coast, and is considering locations in Camden, NJ and Philadelphia, PA for the expansion. The Chef’d east coast expansion could result in the creation of hundreds of additional new jobs in Camden.

To encourage Chef’d to select Camden for this project, the NJEDA will consider approving an estimated annual Grow NJ tax credit award of $1,900,000 for a 10-year term.

Another major Camden project on the NJEDA agenda is by Great Socks, LLC, which may be approved to receive $15 million in Grow NJ tax credits, in the form of an estimated annual award of $1,500,000 for a 10-year term.

Also on the agenda is an application for Grow NJ tax incentives for the South Jersey Gas Company’s proposed 75,000-square-foot headquarters in the Gateway redevelopment project in Atlantic City.

If the NJEDA approves the estimated annual award of $1,265,526 for a 10-year term, and the redevelopment plan is subsequently implemented as planned, South Jersey Gas would be one of the anchor tenants in the development.

The Gateway plan is one of the casino redevelopment projects in Atlantic City that has been approved by the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA), and will receive funding from the CRDA too.

The other applicants for Grow NJ incentives on the NJEDA agenda are as follows:

Ready Pac Foods, Inc. – Irwindale, CA-based Ready Pac Foods, whose products include salad kits, salad bowls on the go, and fresh-cut fruit, is considering Florence Township, NJ for an investment project. The NJEDA will consider approving an estimated annual award of $2,740,703 for a 10-year term for this project.

Natoli Management, LLC – Natoli Management, doing business as Solid State Inc., is a global stocking distributor and electronic component supplier located in Bloomfield Township, NJ. The NJEDA will consider approving an estimated annual award of $411,735 for a 10-year term for an expansion of the company’s operations in Bloomfield.

Macrocure Ltd. – Israel-based Macrocure, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, is considering locating a facility in North Brunswick Township, NJ. The NJEDA will consider approving an estimated annual award of $324,000 for a 10-year term for this project.

Polaris Solutions, LLC – NYC-based Polaris Solutions provides automated solutions and management consulting services to life sciences companies. Polaris is considering locating a facility in New Brunswick City, NJ. The NJEDA will consider approving an estimated annual award of $323,750 for a six-year term for this project.

Capintec, Inc – Ramsey, NJ-based Capintec, a worldwide supplier of energy measurement products and services, is considering locating a manufacturing project in South Plainfield, NJ. The NJEDA will consider approving an estimated annual award of $243,000 for a 10-year term for this project.

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.

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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.

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.

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