Amazon is located in the second headquarters of Virginia's Crystal City, Virginia, outside of Washington, DC. The Washington Post said the company had "advanced" advanced discussions rather than similar talks taking place in immediate regions and across the country.
Status says the talks include discussions about which buildings the company can occupy and how quickly employees can hire more employees. The report said the two are "close to the process," demonstrating that if the city is ultimately chosen, Amazon could potentially move hundreds of employees into a pair of office buildings within nine months.
The source also notes that post-midterm elections in post could come this month. The paper warns that companies can conduct "similar discussions" with other cities. But conversation seems far enough, as JBG Smith, the city's top real estate developer, has pulled some assets out of the market.
Amazon started bidding on its second North American headquarters last year and plans to invest about $ 5 billion and 50,000 jobs. In January, Atlanta, Georgia, Georgia, followed by narrowing the finalists to 20. Austin, Texas; Boston, Massachusetts; Chicago, Illinois; Columbus, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; Denver, Colorado; Indianapolis, Indiana; Los Angeles, California; Miami, Florida; Montgomery County, Maryland; Nashville, Tennessee; New Jersey, Newark; New York City, New York; Northern Virginia, Virginia; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Raleigh, North Carolina. Toronto, Ontario and Washington, DC
Amazon is reported to have made a final decision. Washington DC was rumored to be the leader in Northern Virginia 's Crystal City in just a few minutes.