Virginia homebuilder NVR will expand its presence in North Carolina, creating 261 jobs in a pair of counties.
The company plans to invest over $33.9 million in North Carolina by expanding its presence in Kings Mountain, Cleveland County, and building a new facility in Fayetteville, Cumberland County, according to a news release Tuesday from Gov. Roy Cooper’s office.
NVR’s expansion is supported by a job development investment grant approved by the North Carolina Economic Investment Committee Tuesday. The 12-year grant could see the company reimbursed up to $1.6 million if NVR reaches the state’s job creation and investment goals.
The expansion is expected to grow North Carolina’s economy by about $516 million during the 12-year period, according to the state.
The average annual salary for the new positions is $46,510.
NVR builds and sells houses through subsidiaries Ryan Homes, NVHomes and Heartland Homes. It operates across 15 states in the eastern U.S., including the Carolinas.
This story was originally published August 2, 2022 12:59 PM.
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