Part of Amazon’s presence in Seattle includes large spheres and a dog park. The company has exceeded its growth projections in Seattle.
Part of Amazon’s presence in Seattle includes large spheres and a dog park. The company has exceeded its growth projections in Seattle. Elaine Thompson AP
Part of Amazon’s presence in Seattle includes large spheres and a dog park. The company has exceeded its growth projections in Seattle. Elaine Thompson AP

Amazon is a behemoth in Seattle. Could an NC city handle that kind of growth?

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