Sunday, December 5, 2021

Amazon plans to build its tallest building in Washington


Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at

Jeff Bezos founded Amazon in Bellevue, Washington, but soon moved to Seattle to provide an urban environment for young technology workers. Now Amazon has begun to return to its original city, where it plans to relocate the company to Bellevue again, according to the report Published by Business Insider.

Bezos plans to build its tallest office tower in Bellevue. The 43-storey tower will house approximately 4,200 employees and the new Amazon tower is expected to be ready in 2024.

Business Insider monitored Amazon’s growth stages from the home of CEO Jeff Bezos to the new building..

The company was initially founded in Jeff Bezos’ home in Bellevue, and then decided to move the company’s headquarters to Seattle to attract technology.

Technology giant is always innovating with its growing workforce.

The company already has 4 rented buildings in Bellevue, which houses a group of offices to accommodate 700 employees already in the city.

By 2024, Amazon will relocate its team to Bellevue again in the new building, and this new tower will be behind the existing building at Bellevue Corporate Plaza.

At the moment, Amazon is already housed in the 10-storey office building called Bellevue Corporate Plaza.>

Read also: Amazon: Marking 25th year of success story, Bezos in the driver’s seat

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