BREAKING: ⁦⁩ agrees to open in Hudson Yards in a deal without any financial incentives from New York City or state. 🤔⁦⁩ ⁦
“Amazon is taking the space without any ... special tax credits and other inducements” So about that $3 billion...
. just saved New York taxpayers $3 billion. So add that to the “how will we pay for it?” kitty.
Amazon agrees to lease 335,000 square feet in NYC's Hudson Yards neighborhood, in a deal without any financial incentives from the city or state. via
BREAKING: Amazon will move to NYC to Manhattan's Hudson Yards *without* any financial incentives from the city or state. The move comes 10 months after the HQ2 pullout. exclusive
Some context: This deal is 335,000 square feet for Amazon in Hudson Yards. Amazon HQ2 in Queens was supposed to be 4 to 8 MILLION square feet. ()
Amazon Leases New Manhattan Office Space, Less Than a Year After HQ2 Pullout - WSJ
Looks like Amazon didn't need subsidies. I wonder if any of the AOC attackers will admit they didn't understand lotteryism and how corporates raid public treasuries to subsidize capex
Amazon agrees to open in Hudson Yards in a deal without any financial incentives from New York City or state.
I guess everyone in Long Island City is still happy? The tech giant agrees to take 335,000 square feet in Hudson Yards in a deal without any financial incentives from the city or state
Amazon has signed a big lease at Hudson Yards in Manhattan. As I wrote at the time, Amazon was coming to NYC, incentive package or no -- what the package would have done is make the campus bigger, and crucially, put it in Queens.
Amazon joins Facebook as massive Hudson Yards tenant. Google is building a second HQ in West Soho to pair with Meatpacking HQ. The West Side of Manhattan is increasingly becoming the nerve center of the world, from tech to finance and far beyond.
Long #NYC as Amazon, FB, Google, etc grow big time, and startups awaiting their growth spurts celebrate. “It’s clear the main reason Amazon wanted to be here was the availability of a skilled tech workforce plus the synergy with related industries”
Amazon leasing 335,000 square feet for 1,500 employees in Manhattan is significant, but it’s not anywhere near the size of what HQ2 would have been (with 25,000 new jobs). These two are not equivalent.