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Amazon HQ2: 238 cities, counties say they want massive complex

By in Press Enterprise on October 23, 2017

By Staff and news service reports

  • This image shows what Amazon’s second headquarters could look like if the tech giant decides to come to Irvine. (Courtesy of City of Irvine)

  • An aerial image of what Irvine Company is pitching for HQ2.

    An aerial image of what Irvine Company is pitching for HQ2.

  • City officials from Huntington Beach gathered around the surfboard they are delivering to Amazon as part of a joint bid with Long Beach to become a home to a second national headquarters for the retail giant (Photo courtesy City of Huntington Beach)

    City officials from Huntington Beach gathered around the surfboard they are delivering to Amazon as part of a joint bid with Long Beach to become a home to a second national headquarters for the retail giant (Photo courtesy City of Huntington Beach)

  • Developer Mike Harrah's plan, dubbed “Orange County Silicon City,” includes a beefed-up proposal for redeveloping the Orange County Register's recently vacated 20-acre site on Grand Avenue, along with his still unbuilt One Broadway Plaza tower a mile away in downtown Santa Ana. It also calls for the redevelopment of the 102-acre Willowick Golf Course on Santa Ana's western edge. A light rail currently under development, the OC Streetcar, eventually would link all three sites, just over 3 miles apart. In all, the project would provide 5.7 million square feet of office space, 2.4 million square feet of retail and restaurants, 400 hotel rooms and nearly 4,500 apartment and condo units. (Courtesy of Gensler)

    Developer Mike Harrah’s plan, dubbed “Orange County Silicon City,” includes a beefed-up proposal for redeveloping the Orange County Register’s recently vacated 20-acre site on Grand Avenue, along with his still unbuilt One Broadway Plaza […]    

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