Trenton Vies for Amazon's new HQ
As reporter on NJ.com, “The spaces would be a mix of linear office, residential, parking and retail space, said Greater Trenton CEO George Sowa. The “vast majority” of the proposed development is on properties that are publicly owned or owned by private development companies with a scale that respects neighboring, existing uses as well as Trenton’s 250 Master Plan, Sowa said in a statement.
“Clearly this is an extremely competitive process with cities across North America courting Amazon for this potential $5 billion second headquarters project. But we can’t showcase the possibilities and demonstrate our abilities by sitting on the sidelines,” Sowa said in a statement.
Sowa said Amazon would enjoy an “urban campus woven into the fabric of the city.”