New York City slams ‘suburban office parks’ in the $5 billion battle for Amazon’s new headquarters
New York won’t be left behind if it has anything to say about it.
Alicia Glen, the city’s deputy mayor in charge of economic devlopment, told Bloomberg that the New York diversity of the city’s econmoy and industries, and the desire for young people to work in the city is enough to lure Amazon without big financial incentives.
“Kids want to work in NYC,” she said. “They don’t want to be in a suburban office park”
The city is now gathering proposals from landowners, developers, and econonmic groups in the city to make a specific single pitch to Amazon. Everything is being …read more
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