A development report shows that the region of Union City, California is experiencing a boom as businesses are growing and brand new jobs are being created.
Even though there might be a recession, the region of Union City is expanding and growing. There were nearly 196 brand new business licenses that were requested which is an average of approximately 32 every month. 48 of the new businesses are considered to be contractors and subcontractors. The majority of the contractors do business in Union City but they are based in other towns. 55 other licenses were for professional services and the majority are home based. Nearly 36 percent of the businesses in Union City are based in the home.
There were 4 particular businesses that could boost revenue and increase the amount of jobs in Union City:
- Rich Foods- Expected to create approximately 200 jobs in the Union City region. Investment of nearly $11 million dollars in a brand new facility.
- Fresh Point- 190 brand new employees are expected to be established. Investment of nearly $308,000 dollars towards a facility.
- Gexpro- Offers nearly 250,000 products from nearly 200 manufacturers. Has a staff of 30 and is in the top generators of sales.
- Hampton Hotel- New project proposed to build an extended stay hotel which is near the property. 50 brand new jobs are also expected to be created as the planning commission implements the project.
There are also 5 businesses that will be expanding in the region of Union City and they include:
- Global Contract Manufacturing
- Southern Wine and Spirits
- Tri-Ced Community Recycling
There were also many proposed improvements towards businesses such as Central Plaza, Union Square Marketplace, Taco Bell and Pappas Investments. Overall, the economic boom in Union City is beneficial to many of the community members.