Another thing which hasn't been sufficiently addressed: this project is basically a back office which Amazon is calling a second headquarters in order to get desperate cities to pour incentives on it. It will nominally be called a headquarters, but it is a back office. Great article in the Puget Sound Business Journal this week on how they have built their empire by milking struggling cities across America for incentives based on dreamy promises. It's what they do.
No property being taken from the Afton Oaks neighborhood to help make mobility in the entire region better? I'm shocked, shocked I tell you!
I won't be sad when the people that live in Afton Oaks choke on the exhaust fumes of all the cars that are sitting in traffic.