Mapping Amazon’s current office and warehouse footprint in NYC

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Dec.December 09, 2019 01:00 PM
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos (Credit: Getty Images)

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos (Credit: Getty Images)

There may be no HQ2, but there’s plenty of Amazon going around New York City.

Last week, the e-commerce giant signed a lease for 335,000 square feet at SL Green Realty’s 410 10th Avenue, near Hudson Yards. The retailer is also reportedly nearing a deal to lease RXR Realty and LBA Logistic’s entire 700,000-square-foot vertical warehouse in Maspeth, Queens.

Over the summer, Amazon was also reported to be looking for a new 1 million-square-foot logistics facility at Brooklyn’s Industry City. This map shows how those new possibilities fit into the company’s existing New York City footprint.

Beyond offices and warehouse, Amazon’s reach in this city goes much further in less obvious ways: Retail spaces across the city are home to hundreds of Amazon Lockers, every Whole Foods store is technically an Amazon property, and Amazon Web Services also operates a handful of data centers in the five boroughs.


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