Brooklyn Company to Create 500 Jobs — In Florida
A Brooklyn maker of promotional items, Garyline, is the latest to move from New York to Spring Hill Florida, where it will open a new headquarters and manufacturing facility, creating about 500 jobs.
"The Pasco County Board of County Commissioners approved approximately $1 million in job, tax and training incentives in support of Garyline’s relocation. The company anticipates bringing in approximately 555 total new jobs to the county over a 3-year period, with approximately 184 jobs at 125 percent of the average county wage,” according to PPAI Media.
PPAI said that Garyline is moving into 279,000 square feet of space in a 440,000 square-foot building, part of the North Pasco Corporate Center, a 72-acre campus under development by Harrod Properties.
- Harrod is investing roughly $50 million in the project – land, infrastructure and construction.
- Garyline will spending $16 million in leasehold improvements such as manufacturing equipment, furniture, and other fixtures to create a modern state-of-the-art manufacturing facility.
"Garyline's move to Florida underscores the state's growing reputation as a destination for corporate relocations,” wrote S. Brown on Newsbreak.com