Intersect East, a public-private partnership in Greenville, North Carolina between East Carolina University and Elliott Sidewalk Communities, will generate more than 6,800 jobs and expand the size of the local economy by more than $600 million, according to an economic and fiscal benefits analysis.
Intersect East’s construction phase alone will support more than 3,300 jobs over the duration of the development period, according to the study. Those 3,300 jobs will collectively
Developers of a mixed-use innovation campus played up its financial benefit to recruit potential clients and investors during an economic impact event on Wednesday.
Elliott Sidewalk Communities, which is partnering with East Carolina University to build Intersect East, brought in economist Anirban Basu to present the findings of a comprehensive economic analysis he conducted on the project.
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As Intersect East takes shape off 10th Street in Greenville, East Carolina University officials and developer Elliott Sidewalk Communities welcomed distinguished guests from throughout the region to hear about the project’s expected economic impact on Wednesday. Dozens of dignitaries gathered at ECU’s new Life Sciences and Biotechnology Building to listen to economist Dr. Anirban Basu of Sage Policy Group discuss job creation, salaries and fiscal impacts of the more than $150
WNCT spoke with the developer, Tim Elliott of Elliott Sidewalk Communities. They are behind the upcoming project Intersect East, which is coming to Greenville. Economist Dr. Anirban Basu of Sage Policy Group Inc. also spoke about the impact the more than 3,500 jobs being created will have on the local communities. Watch the news video and read more on WNCT.
GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - Major upgrades are coming to the City of Greenville and ECU. Economic developers are expecting to spend $500 million in construction projects. They’ll present a report on how the projects will impact ECU, Greenville and businesses in the area at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Read the full article on WITN.
WNCT spoke with Tim Elliott, developer of Intersect East, a Pacesetter Innovation Hub for its fusion of campus, research and health programs. On Wednesday at 10 am at ECU Life Sciences & Biotechnology Building, there will be a presentation going in detail about Intersect East’s future road map. Speakers will also be making presentations to the public. Watch the interview on WNCT.