Bloomberg L.P.’s Tyler Cowen Thinks MoCo Is The Most Likely Choice Of All Finalists

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Overall, I think Montgomery County is the most likely choice out of all the Amazon finalists, and that reflects the power of millennials and their desire for urban living. “
– Tyler Cowen (Bloomberg L.P.)

Bloomberg L.P.’s Tyler Cowen writes about the differences between the three D.C. area finalists (Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, and Montgomery County, mentioning Silver Spring and White Flint as examples of potential landing spots for the new Amazon headquarters.

He notes that even though the distance between NoVa and D.C. is similar to the distance between MoCo and D.C., the commute is made much easier by the public transit available in MoCo.

Bloomberg L.P. provides financial software tools such as an analytics and equity trading platform, data services, and news to financial companies and organizations. Bloomberg L.P. also includes a wire service, global television network, digital websites, radio station, newsletters, and multiple magazines.

More here: https://www.bloomberg.com/amp/view/articles/2018-01-23/amazon-s-3-washington-finalists-are-not-the-same?__twitter_impression=true

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