“As of September, DeKalb County has more than 1.2 million square feet under construction valued at more than $60 million. Due to the county’s significant increase in development over the past year, industrial vacancy is less than 5 percent” writes Stephanie Aguilar in her article on REjournals.com.

Read more here: I-39 Corridor seeing sparks of tech efficiencies and a steady road of development

Date posted: December 11, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on DeKalb County Construction Valued at $60 million

Categories: DCEDC & Member Organizations

Kishwaukee College will be providing some free classes for adults in Basic and Secondary Education & English Language Acquisition (English as a second language).

For details click the links for the attached flyers below:

Adult Basic and Secondary Education Classes

English Language Acquisition (English as a second language) Classes

For more information please visit the information page on Kishwaukee College’s website here


Date posted: August 17, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Kishwaukee College Offering Free Classes in Adult Basic Education & English Language Aquisition for Fall 2015

Categories: DCEDC & Member Organizations

DCEDC’s mission is to attract and retain, diversified and sustainable growth throughout DeKalb County. The financial support that DCEDC receives from our private and public partners is critical to our 501 c3 organization. At this time, we would like to show our gratitude to our partner, Castle Bank. Castle Bank has been a generous supporter of DCEDC since 1987!

In this picture, Paul Borek, DCEDC Executive Director is shown receiving Castle Bank’s generous annual contribution from Bank President, Tim Struthers and Vice President, Ron Bemis.

DCEDC wishes to thank Castle Bank for their ongoing and generous support to our organization!


Date posted: July 17, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on DCEDC Thanks Castle Bank

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“A top company is examining the city as a possible location for a 987,000-square-foot facility that would bring about 300 jobs to the area and more than $1 million in tax revenue” reports Adam Poulisse of the Daily Chronicle. Click below to read the whole article.

Click here to go to the Daily Chronicle Article



Date posted: May 22, 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Fortune 100 Company Eyes DeKalb

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