While metro Denver is focusing on workforce and quality of life -- and not so much on financial or tax incentives -- in its bid to host Amazon.com Inc.'s second headquarters, a California city is planning to show Amazon the money.
Chula Vista — a coastal city of 267,000, near San Diego — is looking to offer Amazon a $400 million incentive and development package.
The Chula Vista City Council will vote on the incentives Tuesday.
The proposal includes an 8-million-square-foot, ‘shovel-ready’ development site. Part of the California city’s proposal is for Amazon to help develop a new university.
Chula Vista is just south of San Diego on the Pacific Ocean just north of the Mexico border.
Read more at the Denver Business Journal: http://bit.ly/2yvtoqN