Amazon.com Inc. plans to divide its second seat into two cities instead of choosing one place. The source known from this case said the Wall Street Journal. A surprising solution will focus on the effects of opening a new office in two places instead of one, notes the release.
The driving force behind the decision to build two identical offices in addition to the Seattle headquarters is the need to employ enough staff, the source said. The transfer will also facilitate potential obstacles to the transfer and deployment of employees, as well as other possible personnel problems.
According to the plan, 25,000 people will be employed in each of the new factories.
Amazon has negotiated to move to several cities, but no final decision has been made on who they are, let's say they are more familiar. Earlier today it became clear that The company's dialogue with Crystal City, Dallas and New York is at an advanced stage. Other options include Denver, Toronto, Atlanta, Nashville, Tennessee and Relay, tell people who know what's going on.
Negotiations with the best candidates are probably in slightly different phases, according to well-informed people. In North Virginia, Amazon negotiates incentives with US officials, and also negotiates with JBG Smith Properties, a real estate investment company, about the landscapes in Crystal City that own it, say people who know the case. Some of the calls include limiting the investment goals that Amazon needs to take to get incentives, says one source.
Amazon is "unpredictable," said one of the people who knew the ongoing talks in Virginia.
The position of other cities on the Amazon list, such as Newark, New Jersey, is less clear. Chicago and Miami have recently had contact with the company, but are not currently in talks. It does not necessarily mean that they do not work on this topic.
Amazon announced more than a year ago its plans to build a second headquarters, which led to an unprecedented procurement process. The company announced that its new headquarters, designed as the second largest headquarters of the e-commerce giant, will bring up to 50,000 jobs and over $ 5 billion in investment for nearly two decades.
Amazon managed to enter the request in deep secrecy, announcing in January a list of 20 finalists from 238 cities and regions that submitted applications.