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Amazon Signs 17-Year Lease For NYC Brick-And-Mortar Location

Amazon Signs 17-Year Lease For NYC Brick-And-Mortar Location

By Chris Crum

Last month, we learned that Amazon was planning to open a brick-and-mortar store across the street from the Empire State Building, and on the same street as the Macy’s flagship store. This was according to The Wall Street Journal, which said Amazon would test this physical location concept, ...

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