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American Airlines' message on HQ2: What’s good for us in North Texas would be good for Amazon - Dallas News
At an investor conference this month, the president of American Airlines said, “We love all of our hubs.” He then explained why the world’s biggest carrier loves Dallas-Fort Worth a little more than the others.

He was talking about efforts to increase profits at three major hubs, led by DFW International Airport. But there’s more to the story and it has particular relevance for the leaders of Amazon, who are deep into the search for a second headquarters.

What’s working for American could work for Amazon, and American CEO Doug Parker has said as much.
HQ2  amazon  american-airlines  corporate-headquarters  dallas  Around-the-web  this-week-437 
15 hours ago by areadevelopment
Legendary stories from inside Apple's Infinite Loop headquarters - FastCompany
A new oral history of the Infinite Loop campus offers a glimpse into the culture of Apple as it worked to build the first iPhone.
corporate-headquarters  apple  Around-the-web  this-week-437 
15 hours ago by areadevelopment
Norfolk Southern likely to leave Virginia for Atlanta; planes and people are a big reason — FreightWaves
Norfolk Southern is reportedly getting ready to pull up stakes and move its corporate headquarters to Atlanta, a move a corporate relocation expert calls "an opportunity for them to recalibrate and refresh their brand."
freight-logistics  logistics  rail-logitsics  corporate-headquarters  site-selection  site-selection-factors  airports  Around-the-web  this-week-436  norfolk-southern  Atlanta  Georgia  virgina 
yesterday by areadevelopment
How Property Valuation Differs for Corporate Headquarters – REBusinessOnline
Corporate headquarters present unique challenges and opportunities in property valuation discussions with tax assessors. Managing taxes on any real estate property requires an understanding of all three traditional approaches to value, but headquarters are unusual in that good data are hard to find.
asset-management  corporate-headquarters  taxes-incentives  corporate-real-estate  Around-the-web  this-week-434-top 
29 days ago by areadevelopment
Urban Leaders on the Right Way to Lure Amazon HQ2 - CityLab
What should or could cities do differently next time a behemoth company solicits bids for for its headquarters?
this-week-434  Around-the-web  corporate-headquarters  economic-development-news  HQ2  amazon 
29 days ago by areadevelopment
What if Amazon just opened a lot of smaller headquarters? - Fast Company
Amazon’s planned 50,000-person second headquarters will bring an entire spectrum of costly unintended (and predictable) consequences. There are other options.
this-week-432  Around-the-web  HQ2  amazon  urban-planning  economic-development-news  taxes-incentives  corporate-headquarters 
6 weeks ago by areadevelopment
Fintechs Spreading Across the Globe - Deloitte US
Fintechs are gaining traction in terms of headquarters locations and investments in a vast array of cities around the globe. How do financial services firms stay on top of this rapidly shifting landscape?
fintech  Around-the-web  this-week-431  corporate-headquarters  industry-clusters 
8 weeks ago by areadevelopment
Foxconn Closes On North American Headquarters - Wisconsin Public Radio
Foxconn Technology Group has purchased a downtown Milwaukee building to house its North American headquarters as it prepares to build a mammoth manufacturing complex 30 miles to the south.
wisconsin  foxconn  corporate-headquarters  business-globalization  milwaukee  Around-the-web  this-week-429 
june 2018 by areadevelopment
The Future Of Housing: From Home Building To City Planning, Tech Giants & Startups Are Reimagining Where & How We Live - CB Insights
Major US technology companies are constructing corporate housing, self-sufficient towns, and even entire urban neighborhoods. Adding to the mix, insurgent startups are also redefining how the homes of the future will be built.
corporate-headquarters  urban-planning  workplace-trends  smart-buildings  smart-cities  Around-the-web  this-week-429 
june 2018 by areadevelopment
As Office Parks Empty, Towns Turn Vacancies Into Opportunities - The New York Times
Suburban office parks have lost their luster for a variety of reasons, including a growing preference among younger workers for life in more dynamic urban centers than in sometimes staid and sleepy suburbs. And the rapid pace of technological advancement has made the need for many clerical and processing jobs and the real estate to house those workers increasingly obsolete.
suburbs  office-market  corporate-headquarters  new-jersey  Around-the-web  this-week-427 
june 2018 by areadevelopment
Five key factors influencing headquarters decisions - JLL Real Views
For both fast-growing small companies and established multi-nationals, cost is no longer king in the search for a new corporate headquarters.

As companies across a wide range of industries face limited talent pools, new priorities are reshaping relocation efforts, focusing far more on people than balance sheets.
corporate-headquarters  corporate-relocation  site-selection-factors  workforce-availability  skilled-labor  Around-the-web  workforce-development  this-week-426 
may 2018 by areadevelopment
Apple's new campus might be in Raleigh, North Carolina — Quartz
Apple is coming to The Triangle.

Local news station WRAL reported May 16 that Apple is set to open its second headquarters in Raleigh, North Carolina. The company announced in January that it planned to establish a second headquarters, away from its Cupertino, California, base, employing up to an additional 10,000 people wherever it chose to plant roots. Unlike Amazon, which last year launched a very public competition among cities to win its HQ2, Apple has conducted its business in private, as it tends to do. “We’re not doing a beauty-contest kind of thing,” CEO Tim Cook recently told Recode’s Kara Swisher.
corporate-headquarters  raleigh-nc  north-carolina  apple  Around-the-web  this-week-426 
may 2018 by areadevelopment
The Factory That Oreos Built - Smithsonian
If walls could speak, the brick at New York’s Chelsea Market would have more than a few stories to tell.

Alphabet (the parent company of Google) purchased the building in March of 2018 for $2.4 billion—an earth-shattering figure even in New York City’s real estate market—but this isn’t a glittering, 21st-century beacon, a symbol of the ingenuity of Silicon Valley. In reality, the looming brick structure remains largely the same as it did more than a century ago, when it served as headquarters for the iconic snack company Nabisco.
Around-the-web  this-week-425-top  corporate-headquarters  google-alphabet  new-york-city  office-market  adaptive-re-use 
may 2018 by areadevelopment
Tax Compromise Gives Amazon’s Latest Seattle Office New Life - WIRED
Amazon hasn't yet decided whether to use space it leased in another Seattle building or sublease it, as it had threatened to do. Meanwhile, the company is still planning a second headquarters somewhere outside of Seattle.
Around-the-web  this-week-425  taxes-incentives  seattle  corporate-headquarters  amazon 
may 2018 by areadevelopment
Facebook headquarters construction permits now exceed $1B - Construction Dive
In order to gain 20-year development rights and a waiver​ to height limitations at the site, Facebook agreed to pay the city several million dollars to fund city services and road and infrastructure improvements. As part of the package, the company will pay $430,000 in rent subsidies for “community-serving” professionals like teachers and law enforcement personnel, a $6.3 million affordable housing fee and a $300,000 annual payment to the city for 20 years, among other measures.
corporate-headquarters  facebook  california  san-francisco  Around-the-web  permitting  construction  this-week-425 
may 2018 by areadevelopment
Seattle Scales Back Tax in Face of Amazon’s Revolt, but Tensions Linger - The New York Times
After intense lobbying by local businesses and a bold threat by Amazon to curtail development in its hometown, the Seattle City Council on Monday approved a smaller and more limited tax on big companies than originally envisioned.

The new tax — dubbed the “Amazon Tax” by locals — will fund affordable housing and homeless services in a city whose economic boom, driven in no small part by Amazon, has priced many residents out of the area and forced some onto the streets.
this-week-425  Around-the-web  amazon  seattle  taxes-incentives  urban-planning  government-policy  Metros  corporate-headquarters 
may 2018 by areadevelopment
HQ2 cities listen up: Amazon flexing its political muscle sends a message not just to Seattle - The Seattle Times
The e-commerce titan and Seattle’s biggest single property-tax payer is on a collision course with a majority of the City Council over the proposed head tax. Amazon has played hardball with plenty of municipalities, but here it’s an unfamiliar turn in the relationship.
taxes-incentives  corporate-headquarters  HQ2  amazon  seattle  Around-the-web  this-week-423 
may 2018 by areadevelopment

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