Intel Corp.’s planned investment of $20 billion to build a pair of semiconductor factories in central Ohio has already had an impact on Cincinnati. A developer of the $200 million Digital Futures Complex in Uptown, part of the Cincinnati Innovation District, said the announcement of Intel’s plans to create more than 20,000 jobs, including 3,000 Intel jobs and 7,000 construction jobs, has led to new interest from companies taking space in the second Digital Futures Building. Peter Horton, principal and co-founder of Terrex Development & Construction, said.
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