INDIANAPOLIS -- Amazon has reportedly made a final decision on where to build it's two new headquarters and Indianapolis did not make the cut, according to the Wall Street Journal.
According to the newspaper, Amazon has chosen a site in New York City and another in Northern Virginia as the sites. They say the decision could be publicly announced as early as Tuesday.
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Indianapolis was one of 20 finalists that Amazon was considering for the new headquarters that Amazon announced it would be building last year. The company plans to invest $5 billion in their new site and hire as many as 50,000 people.
Although the decision would leave Indianapolis out, Amazon recently announced that they would be building a new redistribution facility in Greenwood that would bring roughly 1,200 jobs to the city and cost approximately $80 million to build.
That facility will be located at the Worthville Road exit on the south side of the city.
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