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Boyd said he did not expect Amazon to look any less favorably upon metro regions such as Philadelphia that submitted multiple bids.
“Amazon can walk and chew gum at the same time,” he said.
Philadelphia and some of its neighbors are among 238 cities and regions across North America that are bidding to become home to Amazon’s planned second headquarters campus, according to a tally posted on the company’s website Monday. states (Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont, and Arkansas), according to an accompanying map.
Proposals to host Inc.’s new corporate home came from 54 states, provinces, districts, and territories across the continent, it said. The tally was released four days after Amazon’s Oct.
John Boyd, a Princeton-based location consultant, said the large volume of applications received by Amazon is a result of many bids coming from single metropolitan areas, such as the Philadelphia region.
Boston and its near neighbors in Massachusetts and elsewhere in New England also submitted separate pitches, as did municipalities in the New York City metro and San Francisco Bay areas.
Philadelphia’s pitch revolves around the Schuylkill Yards and u City Square developments in West Philadelphia, and South Philadelphia’s Navy Yard.
Camden County has a Delaware River waterfront site in mind for the retail giant, and Delaware has proposed a block of properties along Wilmington’s South Market Street, a former steel mill in the New Castle County town of Claymont, and a business park in Fairfax.
Delaware County and Chester City, and Bensalem and Bristol Townships were also offering up stretches of their waterfronts for the retail behemoth.
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