State and city officials have proposed more than $5.6 million in incentives to persuade a Massachusetts-based tech company to bring a research and development center — and more than 600 jobs — to downtown Austin.
The incentives would go to Athenahealth Inc., a fast-growing provider of cloud-based health information technology services, in exchange for the company locating its new facility at the site of the former Seaholm Power Plant building on West Cesar Chavez Street and creating 607 new full-time jobs in Austin by the end of 2023.
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