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Escape to New York: Amazon Follows Facebook, Google With New Manhattan Lease

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Escape to New York: Amazon Follows Facebook, Google With New Manhattan Lease

Escape to New York: Amazon Follows Facebook, Google With New Manhattan Lease

The company confirmed late Friday that it will move 1,500 employees into 350,000 square feet of space in a new building in the Hudson Yards development on the far west side of Manhattan.

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