SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Online retail giant Amazon says it has purchased land for the $200 million facility it plans to build in Sioux Falls.
The Seattle-based retailer will build the facility in the Foundation Park industrial area in the northwestern part of the city.
As part of a grant application sent by city officials to the U.S. Economic Development Administration, Amazon leadership submitted plans for a facility that would bring 1,000 jobs to the community.
The facility itself could as big as 1 million square feet, set for an 80-acre parcel of land in the industrial park.
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