'New York Times' Says Amazon Should Build $5 Billion Facility in Colorado

Last week, Seattle-based Amazon announced that it would be opening a second North American headquarters, with the “winning” city receiving the benefit of a $5 billion corporate investment and 50,000 new jobs. 

Excluding Canada, The New York Times used several criteria—including size of metro area, job growth, quality of life, space, cost of living, and mobility—to pick Denver out of a final four the also included Portland, Oregon; Boston; and Washington, D.C. 

“The cost of living is still low enough to make it affordable, and lots of big-city refugees have been moving there for this reason,” The Times says of Colorado’s biggest city. “Amazon would be smart to follow them.”

Let's hope! 

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