Ohio Governor John Kasich is showing some local love with his latest tax credit approval.
Condado Tacos was approved to expand its headquarters at 250 South High Street in downtown Columbus ahead of its newest central Ohio location opening in Dublin’s Bridge Park West.
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The move will create 27 full-time positions and help Condado improve its technology, reports 10TV.
Right now, there are locations in the Short North, downtown Columbus, Clintonville, Easton and Polaris as well as in Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and Indianapolis.
“We’re thrilled to see another locally grown company add jobs and expand its headquarters in Columbus,” said Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther in a statement provided by Condado, per 10TV. “We’re proud that we can continue to provide the right business support and talent pipeline for companies like Condado Tacos to succeed in our region and across the country.”