Brunswick Landing’s TechPlace gets $803K for manufacturing, creating 20 jobs

Anew investment of $803,000 in federal, state and local funds for infrastructure improvements at TechPlace, the manufacturing center at Brunswick Landing, is expected to create 20 jobs, retain another 120 and generate $3.5 million in private investment.

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration touted those benefits Thursday when it announced a grant award of $642,500 to the Brunswick-based Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority, which operates Brunswick Landing and TechPlace.

The grant will be matched with $160,625 in state and local funds. Read more

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