New York and North Virginia homes
The second and third headquarters were attended by more than 23 people, who participated in an annual open competition, starting with 238 contestants and ended with a wonderful break in HQ2.
Soon the announcement is expected on Tuesday by the public. Other cities can also get some of the main areas, some say.
The Amazon divides the second center of New York City's Long Island and the second center of Crystal City in Arlington, central city centers. The company plans to equip offices with approximately 25,000 employees.
The solution allows Amazon to take an important part in the three coastal hubs on the left bank when closely monitored by political companies for their elitism and their liberal social attitudes.
Amazon declined to comment.
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Government officials in New York and North Virginia were planning to make publicity announcements Tuesday for people familiar with the issue.
New York City Mayor Bill De Bluacio discussed the amazon agreement on a Monday night television channel, but confirmed his appointment. She hoped HQ2 would come to New York City. "We are talking about a single major agreement on economic development in the history of New York," he said.
Amazon's move to New York is attacking Google's rival Google in expanding the city. Wall Street Journal reported this last week
the unit will include more than 12,000 new office space, which will double the staffing schedule in the city. According to Google's financial director Rut Porat, the company plans to double its tens of thousands of employees in New York at Monday's Dill Day technology conference.
Soon, Amazon held talks in several locations, including New York City, Crystal City, and Dallas. Apart from the HQ2 decision, the Amazon may also report that other cities have won major projects, but they are unlikely to accept any form or destination.
The City of Columbia, which ranks third among the finalists, including Crystal City, including Crystal City, is partly a candidate, since Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos owns the second home and is owned by Washington Post.
The Crystal City, near the Pentagon in the 1960s, found that its office and housing construction near the Pentagon have diminished its decline over the last decade, as the deployment of the large population, including the Department of Defense and private owners, has diminished.
Washington, Reagan National Airport, Metro Bus Stop and other vehicles are, in the opinion of the participants, an attractive prospect for Amazon's second-level headquarters. In addition to his complaint, he is often in the hands of one developer.
Decreasing potential is a bad movement in the region, and may require significant new investments than people who know this well. The impact of Amazon on housing can be significant.
Virginia Amazon can be as good as a purple compact, which has promised a political struggle, despite the political party power. DK Although there is a lack of New York's advanced culture in the area, it can be large, very different, and just a hip.
Long Island City, Queens, has been a long-lasting industrial zone with more than 16,000 new housing units built since 2006. This is the fastest growing community in New York.
It is located on the edge of the adjacent East River and is accessible through several subway lines, Long Island Railway and two ferry stops. It is also close to La Guardia and John F. Kennedy International.
Although the city has four final monuments, officials have begun to move toward Long Island City than those who know the process well.
Amazon conducted a search in North America in September 2017 for the purpose of establishing its second base in Seattle. According to him, the new place is about 50 thousand jobs and billions of dollars in investments.
In Amazon, 20 finalists shortened the competition in January, then asked for data collection and asked them to visit two-day sites during which the cities surprised the team of economic development.
Then one week ago, a great news came when the magazine reported that Amazon plans to divide the second headquarters into two places rather than selecting one city. Changes to the plans emerged after the Amazon leaders decided that the office would be dispatched to two places, and that it would be able to get the best technical talents. And by double the size, Amazon will help alleviate potential issues in other areas where housing, transit and tens of thousands of employees may be involved.
The decision to divide a part of the largest economic development project in history has prompted Amazon's initial intentions and gave new hope. Some city officials have suggested that they have made their own proposals to meet this need, while others have suggested that the city has improved its capacity.
There are also two new locations in the current Seattle base of Amazon, with over 45,000 people working.
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Amazon has chosen to qualify for its new headquarters, including its close proximity to the airport, the direct transit of Seattle and Sydney, and the availability of technical talents nearest. Will the company be one of the largest companies in the city, or will it become a magnet for the same type of control that Seattle has on social issues? At the same time, Amazon hopes to provide a real economic impact through investments in the new industry, indicating the possibilities of creating jobs.
Some economic development experts have bumped their mind on the decision to publish the Amazon process, which has led to factors that complicate the situation, including long-term and shortlisted real estate listings.
It can also be found in certain areas where it has led to additional checks for Amazon maybe some of the stimuli.
However, this process has gained positive publicity, indicating Amazon's ability to create jobs and build investors. It seems the company has been criticized by Berne Sanders from President Donald Tramp to Vermont Sen. salary.
"It was a platform for Amazon to switch from traditional e-commerce," said John Boyd, head of the Boyd Co-site Selection Panel. "These cities have become a platform for themselves to promote themselves to the global audience.
The selection of new offices suggests that after Amazon's September announcement, warehouse workers will raise their minimum wage to $ 15 per hour. Amazon has also announced large lease plans over the past year, as it creates large warehouses and expands US labor force.
The Amazon solution leaves a group of cities that have spent resources and time spending a certain fee. Some cities have increased awareness of other potential economic developments. Amazon said he would consider some of the other projects as well.
John McKinnon and Jimmy Wijkind contributed to this article.