D-FW can house Amazon’s thousands of HQ2 workers without stressing the market


DALLAS MORNING NEWS (January 26, 2018) – Richardson-based apartment service firm RealPage took a look at rental markets in Amazon’s top 20 list and found that Atlanta, Dallas and D.C. could easily handle the move.

“Dallas and Atlanta are two locations that can take care of Amazon’s immediate housing needs with apartment stocks that exist now or are already coming out of the ground,” RealPage chief economist Greg Willett said in a new report. “Product availability in metro Dallas totals about 57,000 apartments – roughly 33,000 vacant units in existing properties and another 24,000 or so units in projects that are under construction.

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