When Austin made the list of 20 finalists for Amazon’s second headquarters project, it spurred a new local guessing game: If the online retail giant did pick Austin, where would the new development be built?
The Statesman checked in with some Austin-area real estate brokers, developers and economists for their predictions for where it could land.
Those picks vary greatly for the project, which over time promises a $5 billion investment and 50,000 employees with average annual salaries of $100,000.
One thing is certain: While there are many potential Central Texas sites that could accommodate HQ2, nearly all have a shortcomings in one way or another.
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