Miami leaders would love to see this corporate logo high atop a downtown building as Amazon considers the city for a second headquarters. Should the company bring 50,000 well-paying jobs to the area, expect rents and housing prices to rise even faster.
Miami leaders would love to see this corporate logo high atop a downtown building as Amazon considers the city for a second headquarters. Should the company bring 50,000 well-paying jobs to the area, expect rents and housing prices to rise even faster. Reed Saxon AP
Miami leaders would love to see this corporate logo high atop a downtown building as Amazon considers the city for a second headquarters. Should the company bring 50,000 well-paying jobs to the area, expect rents and housing prices to rise even faster. Reed Saxon AP

Think real estate prices are high now? Wait until Amazon moves to town.

January 20, 2018 05:39 AM

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