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A 3-Minute Commute and 4 Million Square Feet: Amazon's Second Headquarters, By the Numbers
With Amazon's announcement today that half of its second headquarters will be coming to Northern Virginia, UrbanTurf broke down a series of numbers associated with the arrival of HQ2.
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- 4 million -- The office square footage that Amazon is expected to occupy in Northern Virginia.
- 6.2 million -- The office square footage that developer JBG Smith controls in the area where Amazon's second headquarters will be located.
- 25,000 -- The number of jobs Amazon will create in Northern Virginia over the next 11 years.
- 400 -- The number of people to be hired for the headquarters in 2019.
- $150,000 -- The expected average wage for an Amazon employee in Northern Virginia.
- $550 million -- The amount Virginia will pay Amazon for creating 25,000 jobs.
- 267,000 -- The number of housing units that the DC area will need to create by 2025 given the arrival of Amazon, per the Urban Institute.
- 170,000 -- The number of housing units the region is on pace to add by 2025.
- 1,200 -- The number of new apartments and condos on the boards to be built in Crystal City.
- $2,003 -- The average monthly rent for a Class A apartment in Arlington County.
- $23 million -- The sales price for Jeff Bezos' home in Kalorama.
- 16-25 -- The number of minutes it will take Jeff Bezos to be driven from his DC home to the Amazon offices, depending on traffic.
- 3-4 -- The number of minutes it will take Jeff Bezos to be flown by helicopter from his house in Kalorama to the Amazon offices.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/amazons-northern-virginia-headquarters-by-the-number/14688.
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