Columbus-Franklin County Finance Authority’s 2020 was success despite pandemic

Despite the “chaos and uncertainty” of the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic slowdown, the Columbus-Franklin County Finance Authority (CFFA) said in a recent news release that the organization’s “transaction level remained strong” in 2020. The Finance Authority “was involved in 23 transactions representing more than $291 million in development financing and loans,” with projects including Grandview Crossing, Dublin’s Bridge Park, and The Peninsula in Franklinton. The Finance Authority also introduced its new Neighborhood Improvement and Small Business Loan program and supported the Columbus Regional Energy Special Improvement District (ESID). For more, read the full news release.

Economic Development, Project Finance, State Updates