WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - Delaware economic development officials say Incyte Corp. would get $11 million in grants under a proposed deal designed to keep the drugmaker in the state.
The grant package goes before a state economic development panel on Dec. 17. Alan Levin, the director of the Delaware Economic Development Office, says the deal calls for the company to create 266 additional jobs over three years and keep those jobs through 2018. The company currently employs about 300 at DuPont's Experimental Station campus in Alapocas.
Levin says the company is seeking additional office space and has been considering space in Pennsylvania.