Amazon HQ2 News

The tech giant’s decision, which may be announced in November, could include multiple locations involving smaller sites. Amazon.com Inc. has progressed to late-stage talks on its planned second headquarters with a small handful of communities including northern Virginia’s Crystal City, Dallas, and New York City…

 

Each day that passes is another day closer to learning where Amazon will plant its second headquarters – a 50,000 job, $5 billion mega-project for which 20 North American metro areas are competing.

 

Phil Romano and Stuart Fitts, the business partners behind the vision of Trinity Groves on the west side of downtown Dallas, sit down in the neighborhood’s newly-launched Network Bar, chatting about everything from man-eating tigers to ways to help bring the second headquarters of Seattle-based Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) to Dallas.

Each day that passes is another day closer to learning where Amazon will plant its second headquarters – a 50,000 job, $5 billion mega-project for which 20 North American metro areas are competing.

 

Which city will Amazon select for their second headquarters? It is easy to understand that Trinity Groves and Dallas surpass other cities in Amazon’s corporate requirements for Amazon HQ2. More important to Amazon employees, Trinity Groves surpasses the high expectations and anticipation they have for their Amazon HQ2 location. One of five favorite reasons that Amazon will select Trinity Groves for HQ2 is that, rather than developers, it was innovators and visionaries who created Trinity Groves. They specifically envisioned this site as a location for a corporate headquarters in the middle of a vibrant neighborhood in the center of Dallas.

 

The West Dallas district anchored by the successful Trinity Groves restaurant complex is the latest site inside the Dallas city limits to disclose it’s going after Amazon HQ2.

CBSDFW – Trinity Groves Wants Second Amazon Headquarters

September 26, 1017

Trinity Groves in West Dallas announced Tuesday it has partnered with corporate campus developer KDC and architect Gensler on submitting a proposal to the City of Dallas to serve as the home for Amazon’s second headquarters.

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