2022 Recap


While the Columbus Region’s diverse and resilient economy continued to grow in 2022, it also continued to evolve. The Columbus-Franklin County Finance Authority served existing and new clients with our traditional programs but also spent time evaluating how we may continue to diversify and grow our program offering to meet the needs of the community.

In 2022, CFFA financed more than $520 million for a wide range of projects, many reflective of typical projects we’ve supported through the years, such as public infrastructure and structured parking, mixed use, industrial and logistics projects. We also served an increasing number of affordable housing projects and secured additional funding to finance small, minority-owned businesses and community-focused nonprofits.

“Seeking new ways to meet both basic and changing community needs is part of our mission,” said CFFA President Jean Carter Ryan. “It’s as gratifying for our staff to assist a community nonprofit as it is to support a major development.” 

In total, CFFA completed 25 financing transactions in 2022. We continue to have a healthy balance of new and existing clients and partners.

Read more about our 2022 Year in Review.