Kentucky recently tied for #5 among the top U.S. states for business climate on Site Selection magazine’s 2021 Prosperity Cup list. In 2020, Kentucky announced 233 new location and expansion projects, according to data from the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development. Those projects are expected to create nearly 8,000 jobs with the highest average hourly wages in years.
God’s Pantry Food Bank recently leased 20,398 square feet of industrial space on Winchester Road, which means Enterprise Business Venter is fully leased with tenants including Gray Solutions, Habitat Restore, Rebuilt Realty, and CSL Plasma.
Rubicon, a company that is committed to helping governments and businesses find ways to solve their waste and recycling needs in order to be more sustainable, is moving its global headquarters to Lexington.
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The Saucy Crab opens on Richmond Road in the former Texas Roadhouse.
OMG Donuts is a new bakery opening soon in the former spot of Eiffel Pizza on Buckhorn Drive.
Benchmark Physical Therapy held a ribbon cutting.
Courtyard by Marriott Lexington South / Hamburg Place hosted a grand re-opening open house and ribbon cutting.
Studio23 Fitness celebrated a grand re-opening with a ribbon cutting.
Commerce Lexington Inc. hosts the next Public Policy Over Lunch Series on Thursday, July 8 at the Central Bank Center from noon to 1 pm, featuring guest speaker U.S. Congressman Andy Barr.
The Kentucky Chamber’s Inaugural Women’s Summit, celebrating diverse and successful women in the Commonwealth, is from 9:30 am to 2 pm on July 19 at Central Bank Center.
This article also appears on page 4 and 5 of the July 2021 print edition of Hamburg Journal.
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