Last week, Amazon made big waves in cities across the nation when it announced that it is on the hunt for a place to build its second headquarters in a U.S. city and metro of more than one million people.
The plan calls for a headquarters that could cost $5 billion and will house at least 50,000 employees. The development would be on par with its current Seattle headquarters, which totals 8.1 million square feet and 33 buildings.
Philly said it will throw its hat into the ring, touting its affordability, growing millennial population, and location. But we wondered: Where exactly could this massive headquarters actually get built? Curbed readers got the job done by offering up specific neighborhoods and locations throughout Philly that, in Mayor Jim Kenney’s words, could potentially be “prime” spots for Amazon to set up shop.
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