Post Profile






Sunday Poll: Would Razing An Existing Area Be Worthwhile To Get Amazon’s Second Headquarters?

On Thursday Amazon announced it wants to build a second headquarters somewhere in North America: About 40,000 Amazonians work across 8.1 million square feet of office space in the company’s sprawling Seattle campus, and Amazon is on track to grow that physical footprint by half in the next five years....
read more

share

Related Posts


Amazon Is Paying $1.16 Billion For A Sprawling Campus (AMZN)

Technology / Technology Industry News : Silicon Alley Insider

Amazon is buying its sprawling Seattle headquarters for more than $1.1 billion from Microsoft's cofounder Paul Allen's Vulcan Inc., reports Geekwire. The campus includes 11 buildings and 1.8 million square feet. Last spring, Amazon ...

Amazon's Seattle Expansion Plans Reveal Three New Office Towers and Much More!

Technology : Tech - WSJ.com

Amazon revealed plans for its Seattle headquarters last night that include the construction of 3.3 million square feet of office space over the next eight years.

Amazon Is Putting a Homeless Shelter in Its New HQ

Technology : Technology from Newser

Amazon has just announced what the Seattle Times is calling its "biggest philanthropic venture to date." Inside an office building at its new Seattle headquarters will be 47,000 square feet of space dedicated to a homeless shelter k...

Amazon To Buy Seattle Office Buildings For $1.16B

Technology : Forbes: Tech

Amazon.com disclosed in an SEC filing that it has agreed to buy its Seattle headquarters buildings for about $1.16 billion. The purchase includes 11 buildings with 1.8 million square feet of space which the company already occupies....

Readers: OK To Raze For Amazon’s HQ2

United States / St. Louis : Urban Review STL

Last week Amazon announced it planned to build a second headquarters somewhere in North America. Every Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) of at least 1 million people is likely interested in attracting Amazon. That’s roughly 50 reg...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC