How Amazon’s Moves Could Affect Cities Like Austin

The highly coveted second corporate headquarters of e-commerce giant would be a welcome addition to Austin, but the $5 billion project undoubtedly would produce more housing and transportation woes in one of the fastest-growing regions of the United States, said panelists at a ULI Austin event.

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