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Motion Picture Industry Growth 1. NEW YORK, NY 2. LOS ANGELES, CA 3. ALBUQUERQUE, NM 4. SHREVEPORT, LA 5. DETROIT, MI lithium. The underlying technology developed was a joint effort by ORNL and Y-12. The synergies between research and the region’s economy are per-haps best symbolized by ORNL Lab Director Thom Mason’s chairmanship of the Knoxville-Oak Ridge Innovation Valley eco-nomic development partnership and by such events as the June Technology Resource Showcase, which connected local researchers and their innovative technologies with local companies. Also fueling growth in the area is increased demand for centrifuges produced at a site in Oak Ridge shared by USEC Inc and its manu-R.F.Q. MIXED NORTHGATE VILLAGE REDEVELOPMENT $100 Million New Investment – One Mile (N.W.) facturing partner The Babcock & Wilcox Co. USEC recently announced that Toshiba Corp. and Babcock & Wilcox Investment Co., an affiliate of The Babcock & Wilcox Co., have signed a “definitive agreement” to a three-phased invest-ment of $200 million in USEC. The alternative energy activities detailed abovewere major factors in our decision to include Tucson and Knoxville among our top 10 lists for economic growth potential. EMERGING AEROSPACE KINGS Wichita, KS maintaining its top position in our metro Aero-space/DefenseManufacturing ranking (Continuedonpage66) R.F.Q. -MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT CERNER CORPORATION EXPANSION $1 Billion New Investment NKC HOSPITAL – $237 Million New Investment NEW LIBRARY – $5 Million New Investment One-Half Mile (West) on Picture Industry Growth 1. NEW YORK, NY 2. LOS ANGELES, CA 3. ALBUQUERQU ion Picture Industry Growth 1. NEW YORK, NY 2. LOS ANGELES, CA 3. ALBUQUERQUE, NM 4. SHREVEPORT, LA 5. DETROIT, MI lithium. The underlying technology developed was a joint effort by ORNL and Y-12. The synergies between research and the region’s economy are per-haps best symbolized by ORNL Lab Director Thom Mason’s chairmanship of the Knoxville-Oak Ridge Innovation Valley eco-nomic development partnership and by such events as the June Technology Resource Showcase, which connected local researchers and their innovative technologies with local companies. Also fueling growth in the area is increased demand for centrifuges produced at a site in Oak Ridge shared by USEC Inc and its manu-R.F.Q. MIXED NORTHGATE VILLAGE REDEVELOPMENT $100 Million New Investment – One Mile (N.W.) facturing partner The Babcock & Wilcox Co. USEC recently announced that Toshiba Corp. and Babcock & Wilcox Investment Co., an affiliate of The Babcock & Wilcox Co., have signed a “definitive agreement” to a three-phased invest-ment of $200 million in USEC. The alternative energy activities detailed abovewere major factors in our decision to include Tucson and Knoxville among our top 10 lists for economic growth potential. EMERGING AEROSPACE KINGS Wichita, KS maintaining its top position in our metro Aero-space/DefenseManufacturing ranking (Continuedonpage66) R.F.Q. -MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT CERNER CORPORATION EXPANSION $1 Billion New Investment NKC HOSPITAL – $237 Million New Investment NEW LIBRARY – $5 Million New Investment One-Half Mile (West) $23 $23 Million New Investment One-Half Mile (West) CHRISTOPHER BOND BRIDGE & CORRIDOR $245 MILLION City Led Redevelopment at Metro Kansas City’sTransportation Hub • Visibility to 130,000+ Vehicles Daily • LowTaxes, High Services, Incentives Available City-Owned Fiber Optic System • Excellent Access (five interstates within 3 miles) • Daytime Population 120,000 (3 mile radius) • Complete R.F.Q. at www.nkc.org North Kansas City Office of Economic Development • City Hall – 2010 Howell – North Kansas City,MO 64116 • 816-274-6040 • jjsamborski@nkc.org • www.nkc.org #3301 at www.BusinessFacilities.com BUSINESS F ACILITIES 35 PREMIER MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY (50 ACRES +/-) HARRAH’S – $350 Million New Investment CONSTRUCTION UNDER CONSTRUCTION UNDER COMPLETED DEVELOPMENT UNDER CONSTRUCTION UNDER COMPLETED COMPLETION 2011 I-29/35 ARMOUR RD./M-210 ARMOUR ./M-210

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