Shakopee, Minnesota Economic Development Incentives Support Rahr Corp Expansion

The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development announced state assistance for a major expansion by Rahr Malting Corporation in Shakopee, MN.

Rahr Malting Co.

Rahr Malting Co. (photo –

Supported by Minnesota and Shakopee economic development incentives and tax increment financing, the company is investing $68 million into the expansion to construct four new facilities at their Shakopee headquarters.

This expansion will make the site the world’s largest single-site malting facility. Rahr is a family-owned business that has been manufacturing malt in Minnesota for 168 years and distributing ingredients to brewery and beverage makers worldwide.

The company is expanding its operations to meet increased demand for its products from the craft brewery industry. The expansion includes the construction of a 115,000-square-foot malt house that adds another 70,000 metric tons of annual malting capacity, bringing the facility’s total capacity to 460,000 metric tons.

That’s enough to brew six billion bottles of the average craft beer, or twelve billion 12-ounce cans of the average light beer. This makes the Rahr malthouse and headquarters in Shakopee the world’s largest single-site malting facility.

The expansion also includes a 20,000-square-foot pilot brewery and technical center, a 15,000-square-foot maintenance warehouse, and an 80,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution facility for Brewers Supply Group (a Rahr Corp subsidiary).

The company is also making use of the expansion to add new green spaces, ponding, more parking, and other site improvements to their complex.

Another reason that this expansion is making history is that this is the first time in 168 years that Rahr Corp has asked the state for assistance in expanding and adding jobs. As part of the expansion, the company is creating 28 new full-time jobs at an average wage of $20 per hour.

Rahr Corporation President and CEO William Rahr said in a release announcing the project that they’re very excited to be able to continue growing in their home base of Shakopee, and appreciate the state’s recognition of the economic benefits that Rahr’s expansion will bring to Minnesota.

DEED has approved $610,000 in Job Creation Fund incentives for the Rahr expansion project. DEED Deputy Commissioner Kevin McKinnon said in the release that they thank the company for its continued investment in Minnesota and for its commitment to bring new jobs to the Shakopee area.

The Shakopee City Council has already voted to approve an economic development agreement that allows Rahr Corporation to make use of tax increment financing to partially fund the expansion.

Cuomo Trade Mission Kicks Off New York-Cuba Economic Development Discussions

On April 20, 2015, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo led a delegation of industry leaders and the NY Senate and Assembly leadership on a one day trade mission to Cuba.

Cuba Si

Cuba Si (photo – twicepix/flickr)

This is the first Governor-led trade mission from the United States to Cuba following the initiation of normalization of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

Upon landing in Cuba, Governor Cuomo had a working lunch with Cuban Minister of Trade and Foreign Investments Rodrigo Malmierca Diaz. The ten staff members who were a part of the delegation included New York economic development agency staff.

Governor Cuomo said in a release issued before departing for Cuba that the representatives in New York’s delegation will help ensure Empire State companies are at the front of the line as the door opens to a market that has been closed to U.S. enterprise for over half a century.

Empire State Development President, CEO and Commissioner Howard Zemsky added that New York State will be leading a series of economic development trade missions that will strengthen existing trade relationships and create new ones.

In the afternoon, Gov. Cuomo delivered remarks to kick off a series of roundtable meetings between delegation members and their potential partners in Cuba.

The NY trade delegation included prominent business leaders from different industries that see a lot of potential in Cuba. Air travel, for example, was represented by JetBlue and the Plattsburgh International Airport. The U.S. airline industry is expected to be one of the biggest beneficiaries of the normalization in relations with Cuba.

JetBlue Airways CEO Robin Hayes was their representative on the trade mission, along with EVP General Counsel and Governmental Affairs James G. Hnat. Long Island City, NY-based JetBlue has more than 6,000 employees in New York, and is a leading carrier in Florida. JetBlue carries more than 32 million passengers every year to 87 cities across the U.S., Caribbean, and Latin America.

Plattsburgh International Airport, an important regional transportation hub in Upstate New York, was represented on the delegation by Plattsburgh-North Country Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Garry Douglas, who is also co-chair of the North Country Regional Economic Development Council.

Here’s a full list of the other industry sectors and companies represented on the Cuba trade mission:

Air Travel – JetBlue and Plattsburgh International Airport

Financial Services – MasterCard, represented by MasterCard Vice Chair Walt M. Macnee;

Health, Biotech and Pharma – NY Genome Center, Pfizer, Regeneron and the Roswell Park Cancer Institute;

Technology – Infor, represented by CEO Charles Phillips and Steve Fanning, VP Healthcare Industry Strategy.‎

Agriculture – Cayuga Milk Ingredients CEO Kevin Ellis and Chobani CEO Hamdi Ulukaya; and

Higher Education – SUNY Chancellor Dr. Nancy L. Zimpher and Dr. Jose F. Buscaglia-Salgado, director of Caribbean, Latin American, and Latino Studies, University at Buffalo.

Berkeley County, SC Economic Development Lays Groundwork For Project Soter

Late last month, Volvo Cars announced plans to build a new $500 million U.S. automobile manufacturing facility, and said that they had drawn up a short list of potential locations for the facility.

Volvo Cars

Volvo Cars (photo – Christopher Persson/wikimedia)

One of those sites seems to be near Charleston, SC. Berkeley County Economic Development has submitted an application for an environmental permit for “Project Soter” that paves the way for an advanced manufacturing project that would create 4,000 jobs in two phases.

The permit, filed with the Charleston District U.S. Corps of Engineers and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, seeks the permit for the facility in unincorporated Ridgeville, just off I-26 and a fair distance from Charleston.

The application says that Phase 1 of Project Soter includes the development of land for the construction of a manufacturing and production space, administrative offices and a visitor’s center. At full capacity, Phase 1 is expected to employ approximately 2,000 individuals.

Phase 2 will include the development of additional land for the construction of a second manufacturing, assembly, and production space. Phase 2 timing is dependent on market conditions, but it is expected to be operational within 10 years of the start of Phase 1 construction. At full capacity, Phase 2 is expected to employ another 2,000 individuals, adding up to a total of 4,000 jobs.

The Corps makes mention that transportation, distribution, and logistics (TDL) cluster advanced manufacturing facilities in the aerospace and automotive industries require direct access to the Interstate Highway system and location within 50 miles of sea and air port facilities.

In order to offset the impact of the project, the Project Soter-Landscape Mitigation Plan seeks to preserve, enhance, and restore approximately 1,533 acres of wetlands within approximately 2,496 acres of property that has been defined as a critical priority area in need of protection.

Volvo Cars has been doing business in the U.S. since 1995. The Volvo Car Group was originally part of the Swedish Volvo Group until 1999, at which time it was acquired by the Ford Motor Company, and subsequently by Zhejiang Geely Holding of China in 2010.

As of the end of last year, Volvo Cars had more than 25,000 employees worldwide. The company currently has four main car production factories located in Sweden, Belgium and China.

Another plant in the U.S. gives the company a global footprint with manufacturing capabilities on all three key continents. The new plant will also enable the company to meet its medium-term ambition of selling 100,000 cars a year in the U.S.

While announcing the decision to establish the $500 million U.S. manufacturing plant, Volvo Cars Chief Executive and President Hakan Samuelsson said in a release that Volvo Cars cannot claim to be a true global car maker without an industrial presence in the U.S.

Samuelsson added that the U.S. is an absolutely crucial part of their global transformation and this announcement makes it perfectly clear that Volvo is in the U.S. to stay.

The company is still considering sites for the location of the facility, but the environmental permit applied for by Berkeley County Economic Development underlines the short timeframe for the project, which was announced less than a month ago. The final location is expected to be announced by Volvo Cars within a couple of months.

NYC Secures Historic Economic Development Agreement to Build Office Tower With Living Wage Jobs

Brookfield Property Partners has reached an agreement with the NYC Economic Development Corporation for building their new $2.2 billion One Manhattan West office tower in the Hudson Yards District.

NYC Mayor signing of living wage executive order

NYC Mayor signing of living wage executive order (photo – usdol/flickr)

The project will generate more than 10,000 construction and permanent retail and office jobs in New York City, and Brookfield has agreed to subject all these jobs to the City’s new Living Wage standard.

This is the first such agreement for an economic development project in NYC after Mayor Bill de Blasio issued the Living Wage Executive Order. It increases wages in projects supported by City subsidies to over $13 per hour and also makes it applicable to tenants after project completion.

Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a release announcing the agreement with Brookfield that they are incredibly proud to see this agreement come to fruition. The Mayor thanked Brookfield Properties, anchor tenant Skadden Arps and the staff of the NYC Economic Development Corporation for collaborating on this dynamic addition to the city.

Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development Alicia Glen added that there was no shortage of voices who said a deal like this could never happen, but through productive negotiations, they were able to see the policy objectives realized.

Deputy Mayor Glen added that this fundamentally changes the way in which NYC uses its economic development tools.

NYCEDC President Kyle Kimball noted that when they look at job creation, they don’t only consider quantity, but quality as well. Kimball thanked Mayor de Blasio, Deputy Mayor Glen and Brookfield for crafting this agreement in a way that puts New Yorkers on a path to a brighter future.

One Manhattan West is a 2.1 million square feet Class A office tower project on a five-acre site. The tower will be anchored by law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP. At the tower’s base will be a two-acre plaza lined with retail space.

These retail jobs, office cafeterias and parking facilities typically create jobs that mostly offer minimum wage. But the Living Wage order, and the agreement reached with Brookfield Properties, ensures that these jobs will now offer significantly higher wages.

The living wage has been set to $13.30 per hour without benefits ($11.90 with benefits), and will be adjusted every year to account for Consumer Price Index changes. By 2019, the living wage is expected to rise up to more than $15 per hour.

Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union President Stuart Appelbaum said in the release that economic development is only truly effective when the jobs created enable people to earn enough to survive in the city. Appelbaum added that they congratulate Mayor de Blasio for discarding outdated notions of economic development under which building for building’s sake was thought to be sufficient.

Construction on One Manhattan West is expected to begin this year and be completed by 2020.

Report – Rural Texas Economic Development Boom Led by Wind Energy Projects

The American Wind Energy Association last week released its annual U.S. Wind Industry Annual Market Report, which shows that the industry added 23,000 jobs last year, bringing the sector’s total employment to 73,000.

Texas wind farm

Texas wind farm (photo – Leaflet/wikimedia)

The state-by-state breakup of data in the report shows rural Texas economic development in the midst of a boom, thanks to wind energy projects.

Large wind industry investments are putting Texans to work, diversifying local economies and shoring up tax bases, and lowering energy rates. To be specific, the industry invested $3 billion and created 9,000 jobs in Texas last year, adding up to a cumulative total investment of over $26 billion invested and 17,000 jobs created.

There are more than 7,500 MW of wind projects currently under construction in Texas, more than all other states combined. Texas was followed in wind energy job creation by Iowa and Colorado with more than 6,000 jobs each. Oklahoma with nearly 5,000 jobs and Michigan with more than 3,000 jobs rounded out the top five.

Overall, the U.S. wind industry attracted $12 billion in private investment last year, adding up to a total of more than $100 billion since 2008. The wind manufacturing sector alone has more than 500 facilities across 43 states that together employ in excess of 20,000 workers.

AWEA CEO Tom Kiernan credited the extension of the Production Tax Credit (PTC) for wind power projects, which he said was good for business in America.

Texas-based Wind Coalition Executive Director Jeff Clark said in an AWEA release that Texas policies are succeeding, and they urge Texas lawmakers to stay the course on renewable energy and continue to invite energy investment in the state.

Apart from the federal PTC and state incentives, another factor that led to the wind-fueled economic development boom in rural Texas was the completion of the Competitive Renewable Energy Zone (CREZ) transmission lines. That opened up Texas wind resources for development a year ago. Texas may lose this advantage soon with other states following suit and initiating major transmission upgrades.

The AWEA report also provides some interesting data about how U.S. wind energy is growing. Wind farms in the U.S. produced over 181 billion kWh of wind energy last year, enough to provide power for the needs of 16.7 million American homes.

This led to an estimated reduction of 125 million metric tons of carbon dioxide. That’s more than 5.7 percent of the emissions of the entire U.S. power sector, or the equivalent of the annual emissions of 26 million cars. U.S wind energy usage also led to conservation of more than 68 billion gallons (roughly 517 billion bottles) of water last year.

Iowa Approves Economic Development Incentives for $1B Google Data Center Expansion in Council Bluffs

Google Inc. is planning yet another expansion of its data center operations in Council Bluffs, IA. The board of the Iowa Economic Development Authority just approved additional incentives for this latest expansion.


Google (photo- Nyshita talluri/wikimedia)

This time, Google is planning to invest another $1 billion into its data center operations in Council Bluffs. This will bring its total investment in Council Bluffs to $2.5 billion.

It makes the Google data center project not only the largest Council Bluffs economic development project, but also the largest one in Iowa, eclipsing the MidAmerican Energy Company’s over $2 billion wind energy project.

With the IEDA Board having approved the $19.8 million in sales and use tax refunds that Google is seeking, the Council Bluffs City Council will meet next week on Monday to provide its approval for the expansion project.

To be specific, the city council will consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute an amendment to the master contract by and between Google Inc., the City of Council Bluffs and the Iowa Economic Development Authority.

This latest $19.8 million in state incentives for the project adds to the $16.8 million in tax incentives that have previously been awarded for the Google data center project in Council Bluffs.

Google first announced plans in 2007 to locate a data center in Council Bluffs with a proposed investment of $1 billion. The data center was opened in 2009, and Google announced plans to build a second facility on the site in spring 2012. By Nov 2012, Google had exceeded the original commitment, with its investment in Council Bluffs topping $1.1 billion at that time.

In April 2013, Google once again sought an amendment of its High Quality Jobs Program (HQJP) tax incentive award from the IEDA for yet another $400 million investment, bringing its total investment in Iowa to $1.5 billion.

And now, Council Bluffs gets another Google boost with a new $1 billion investment. The amended tax award requires a commitment by Google to double its job creation in Council Bluffs from 35 to 70 qualified jobs. These are jobs that provide wages at or above a set level required to be eligible for incentives.

Google already has created more than 130 jobs at its Council Bluffs operations, in addition to the thousands of construction jobs the project has sustained since the company broke ground and has since continued with subsequent expansions.

The company has also been involved in community development projects in Council Bluffs, having awarded more than $820,000 to local schools and nonprofits. Google and the City of Council Bluffs teamed up in a public-private partnership initiative to provide free WiFi for key areas of the city.

Apart from the Google data center, the Iowa Economic Development Authority Board is also considering approving state incentives for projects by Siemens Energy, Rembrandt Enterprises, Simonsen Iron Works, PCT Engineered Systems, Skyworks Solutions, and Exemplar Genetics.

Queen Anne’s, Maryland Economic Development Incentives Support PRS Guitars Expansion

Paul Reed Smith Guitars, guitar maker for rock stars and celebrity artists, is once again expanding its operations in Stevensville, MD.

PRS Guitars

PRS Guitars (photo –

Supported by Queen Anne’s County and Maryland economic development grants, PRS Guitars will introduce a new line of acoustic guitars and create 20 new full-time jobs over the next three years.

Stevensville, MD-based PRS Guitars is already the largest full-time private employer in Queen Anne’s County, and has committed to stay put in the county for at least the next 10 years.

The company is getting $300,000 in state and county grants for this latest expansion, including a $100,000 conditional grant from the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) and another $200,000 conditional grant from the Queen Anne’s County Board of Commissioners.

PRS President Jack Higginbotham said in a release announcing the expansion that they are very excited that the State and County have approved the grants that will enable PRS to begin the expansion of their acoustic production.

PRS Guitars was founded by Paul Reed Smith in 1975 when he began making electric guitars while living with his parents in Bowie, MD. Soon after that, he put together a small team and relocated the operations to Annapolis, MD.

By 1985, Carlos Santana and other celebrity guitarists and musicians had started using PRS guitars. PRS guitar users now include Neal Schon, Linkin Park, Zach Myers of Shinedown, and Mark Tremonti of Creed and Alter Bridge, among others. The company relocated to Stevensville in the mid-90s, and has been in Queen Anne’s County ever since.

DBED has been supportive of the guitar maker’s steady growth, including a $1.5 million loan and tax-exempt bond issuance back in 2006. With this funding, PRS was able to add 89,000 square feet and expand their factory floor. PRS Guitars is now the third-largest guitar maker in the United States, and sells its products in more than 80 countries.

DBED Secretary Mike Gill said in the release that PRS is certainly one of the rock stars of Maryland’s business community, growing from a small operation more than 30 years ago to now one of the top electric guitar makers in the world. Sec. Gill added that they are pleased to continue to play a role in the company’s growth and success.

Queen Anne’s County Commissioner Paul Comfort said they are ecstatic that PRS continues to invest and expand its headquarters and manufacturing operations in the county.

Commissioner Comfort added that the economic impact and name recognition that PRS Guitars brings to the community is tremendous, and noted that PRS is a great example of how the Queen Anne’s County workforce, business climate and location support high caliber international companies.

BFC Partners Breaks Ground on Empire Outlets – Staten Island’s Largest Economic Development Project

BFC Partners has broken ground on Empire Outlets, a catalytic 340,000-square-foot retail complex on Staten Island’s North Shore that will create more than 1,800 jobs and generate $285 million in private investment.

Empire Outlets is the largest Staten Island economic development project since the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge was built.

Video – Empire Outlets

The catalytic Empire Outlets project, billed as NYC’s first outlet destination, is one of the core components of the $1 billion private investment that is being poured into the revitalization of Staten’s Island North Shore.

Empire Outlets will be the retail centerpiece of a whole new entertainment district on the Staten Island waterfront, located at the base of the St. George Ferry Terminal, a 20-minute free ferry ride from Manhattan used by 65,000 people every day.

The retail complex includes plans to house 100 designer outlet retailers, along with a host of restaurants and cafes. The plans also include a 190-room hotel on the waterfront, offering sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline.

A 1,250-space structured parking garage will be built below the retail outlets and hotel. The construction also includes green design components such as a sustainable green roof that can be seen from the harbor.

Next to the Empire Outlets will be the New York Wheel, which at 630 feet is expected to be the largest observation wheel in the Western Hemisphere. The New York Wheel by itself expects to attract 4.5 million visitors annually.

Donald Capoccia, principal at BFC Partners, said in a release that Empire Outlets is a well-timed catalyst that will trigger the transformation of the North Shore and position Staten Island for sustained growth into the foreseeable future.

Staten Island Borough President James Oddo noted that the project is an economic development bonanza in and of itself. Oddo added that its benefits can grow exponentially as Empire Outlets encourages future investments in the community.

NYC Economic Development Corp President Kyle Kimball said that by utilizing HireNYC, the 100 stores that will call Empire Outlets home are not just providing shopping opportunities, but also job opportunities to the local community.

BFC Partners has agreed to fill at least 50 percent of the permanent jobs created at Empire Outlets using NYCEDC’s HireNYC program. This free program connects New York City’s workforce development services to economic development projects in the five boroughs so that local, low-income New York City residents have access to the jobs created by these projects.

The $285 million investment in the project includes $130 million from Goldman Sachs, made through its Urban Investment Group.

New York State economic development agency Empire State Development President, CEO and Commissioner Howard Zemsky said in the release that Empire Outlets meets the NYC Regional Economic Development Council’s long-term goals for growth in the region.

Commissioner Zemsky added that they are proud to have worked with both NYCEDC and Goldman Sachs to support this exciting new venture.


Kaiser Permanente to Open IT Center in Atlanta With 900 High Tech Jobs

Leading health care provider Kaiser Permanente is opening a new information technology campus in Midtown Atlanta.

Kaiser Permanente

Kaiser Permanente (photo – Coolcaesar/wikipedia)

The company will invest millions of dollars into the project to establish the 157,000-square-foot campus where it expects to bring 900 high technology jobs by 2019. These are high-wage jobs with average annual wages exceeding $100,000.

According to IMPLAN analysis results provided by Atlanta economic development authority Invest Atlanta, the project will have an estimated economic impact of more than $363.9 million.

Mayor Kasim Reed said in a release announcing the expansion that he is delighted to welcome Kaiser Permanente’s new technology center to the City of Atlanta. Mayor Reed added that in choosing Atlanta, Kaiser Permanente will be near world-class tech talent and part of a thriving network of leading technology and healthcare IT firms.

Kaiser Permanente Georgia President Julie Miller-Phipps likewise noted that the Atlanta area is a strong health technology hub with a high availability of tech talent, making it the ideal location for their new IT campus.

The campus will be located at 1375 Peachtree Street, NE in Atlanta, and Kaiser Permanente will anchor the building.

Miller-Phipps added that they’re happy to be supporting Georgia’s economy with a healthy dose of new high-tech jobs, and to further demonstrate their commitment to improve the health and well-being of the communities that they serve.

Georgia Department of Economic Development Commissioner Chris Carr said in the release that it’s a perfect match. Commissioner Carr notes that Kaiser Permanente is a leader in health care innovation, and they chose Georgia because it is a top state for technology talent and a great place to do business.

Just before this announcement was made, the Atlanta Development Authority’s board of directors met to approve a resolution authorizing an economic development incentive grant of $300,000 for the Kaiser Permanente IT campus project.

The incentives for what was previously known only as “Project Big Chill” are being provided through the City’s Economic Opportunity Fund Grant program.

Founded in 1945, Oakland, CA-based Kaiser Permanente now serves more than 9.5 million members across eight states and the District of Columbia. It is Georgia’s largest not-for-profit health plan, serving nearly 280,000 members in a 28-county service area in metro Atlanta.

Including the 900 new jobs at the Atlanta IT campus, the number of Kaiser Permanente employees and physicians in Georgia will exceed 4,000.

Wells Fargo Seeks Delaware Economic Development Incentives For New Castle Expansion

At its next meeting, the Delaware Economic Development Authority’s Council on Development Finance will hold a public hearing on applications by business expansion and relocation projects seeking financial assistance.

Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo HQ (photo – Laimerpramer/wikipedia)

The projects seeking assistance include Advanced Materials Technology, Inc.; Wells Fargo Bank; and Zacros America, Inc.

Wells Fargo Bank is planning to relocate 80 employees from out of state to New Castle County, DE and then create another 100 jobs, adding up to a total of 180 new jobs for Delaware.

The bank is requesting a Delaware Strategic Fund performance grant of up to $1,325,025 to offset costs associated with relocating and creating new employment opportunities, along with a capital expenditure grant of up to $60,000.

San Francisco, CA-based Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) is a diversified financial services company with $1.7 trillion in assets. The company does business through more than 8,700 locations and 12,500 ATMs, and their website and mobile banking. They also have offices in 36 countries supporting customers conducting global businesses.

For the previous quarter, Wells Fargo declared revenue of $21.3 billion and a net income of $5.8 billion. Wells Fargo has approximately 266,000 team members serving one in three households in the United States.

Advanced Materials Technology (AMT) is a Wilmington, DE-based product development and manufacturing company that researches and designs enabling materials for scientists working in the field of separation science.

AMT has applied for a federal Phase II SBIR grant. In the meantime, they have applied for a $50,000 Delaware Strategic Fund grant under the Delaware Technical Innovation Program. The state funding will help them retain employees and continue research while the federal grant process is underway.

Schaumburg, IL-based Zacros America, Inc., a subsidiary of Japan-based Fujimori Kogyo Co., Ltd., provides functional films and packaging. The company is considering relocating its operations in Baltimore, MD to Newark, DE.

Zacros is seeking a Delaware Strategic Fund performance grant of up to $703,505 to help offset the costs associated with relocating, along with a Strategic Fund capital expenditure grant of up to $180,000.

The Delaware Strategic Fund provides a customized package of economic development incentives for companies considering locating or expanding in the state. In one of his weekly messages last month, Governor Markell highlighted the fact that Delaware Strategic Fund grant recipients have exceeded their job creation requirements.

The Governor noted that the portfolio of companies currently receiving grants reported more than 26,000 full-time employment opportunities, which is 3,000 more than they committed to in total while applying for the grants.

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