Governor Hochul Marks Completion of Phase One of JMA Wireless’ $100 Million 5G Manufacturing Campus and New Global Headquarters in Syracuse
State Senator Rachel May said: “Downtown New York is a great place to live, play, raise a family and do business. JMA’s successful expansion and investment in Syracuse is great news, and their choice to put down deeper roots here is a sure sign of the bright future for our region. I look forward to seeing their continued success and the continued growth of Syracuse and CNY.”
State Senator John W. Mannion said: “Investment, tech jobs and community revitalization are the winning combination for the economic development of Syracuse and Central New York and the expansion of JMA embodies what we are working across government to accomplish. As a 5G hub, Syracuse will be at the center of national advancement in wireless technology while creating hundreds of good jobs in the Southside.I congratulate Governor Hochul, JMA and our local government partners on this successful project.
Assemblywoman Pamela J. Hunter said: “Central New York continues to be an innovation hub for future technologies. JMA Wireless’ new hub will provide well-paying jobs and lay the foundation for further technology-based economic development. I have looking forward to working with Governor Hochul as these investments create more opportunities in our region.”
Assemblyman William Magnarelli said: “JMA’s commitment to downtown Syracuse and investment in the area is proof that Central New York is able to adapt to economic growth that will continue to put us at the forefront. of the tech industry. Establishing downtown New York as a 5G hub is a milestone in smart city development.”
Member of the Assembly Al Stirpe said, “I have all the respect and confidence in the world in JMA Wireless. Since our first interactions in 2013, JMA has consistently exceeded the goals we set for ourselves, and I am confident they will continue to do so. The City of Syracuse and its constituents will be the beneficiaries of JMA’s new 5G manufacturing campus. It will be the tip of the spear of the Syracuse Surge!”
Onondaga County Executive J. Ryan McMahon II said: “The momentum of our local economy is undeniable. The hundreds of new jobs created by JMA and other businesses is great news for our community. Thank you to all of our partners who helped make this a success.”
Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh said: “Syracuse is making its mark as a smart city around the world, and JMA’s new 5G manufacturing campus on the South Side is a perfect example of the city’s progress. This historic investment will support the renaissance happening across the city and complement the Syracuse Surge – our strategy for inclusive growth in the new economy. Thank you to the many partners who have invested in Syracuse and this project, including Governor Hochul, Empire State Development and JMA itself, and I can’t wait to see what we continue to accomplish together. “