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^ I was surprised to hear of this proposal but with 10 acres of cleared land downtown the Innovation district would make perfect sense for Amazon.
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Amazon Leaning Towards Urban Site That Can Handle Growth For HQ2


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Amazon’s view on an ideal site for HQ2 appears to now be crystallizing, the WSJ reported yesterday.

According to several people familiar with the search, the company is leaning towards:

An urban site, in an area capable of handling the company’s growth. This is a shift from the initial top 20 selection, which also included suburban sites.
In addition to existing tech talent, the city should be appealing in order to draw talent both nationally and internationally.

The reported shift could be beneficial to Miami, which is offering an urban campus surrounded by transit, dense development, and properties with intense zoning rights.


Site visits have already been taking place, but last less than 48 hours.

Some unnamed cities have been giving Amazon executives bike and boat tours, while also taking them to visit trendy neighborhoods that could be attractive to younger employees.

One person involved in a site visit said the company believes there is no American city that can provide all of their needs, and they will need to compromise no matter which city is chosen.
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looks very sleek and stylish. wish we had one like that here.
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Miami Innovation District In Talks With Nasdaq 100 Tech Companies

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Major tech companies are in talks to lease space in Park West’s proposed Innovation District.

Developer Michael Simkins said yesterday that he is in discussions to lease around 100,000 square feet of office space to Nasdaq 100 tech companies. Those talks are ongoing, he told the Business Journal.

Tech companies have a herd mentality, Simkins said, so once the first signs on others will follow.

Amazon seriously considered Miami as a site for HQ2, but the city came just short, according to Simkins. The company was negotiating with local government officials during the HQ2 search process, but never met directly with the Innovation District, he said.
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