Amazon is looking to invest $5 billion and add 50,000 new jobs over the next 20 years as they have their sights set on building Amazon HQ2. One major metropolitan city is going to get the business and it just so happens that Miami is in the Top 10. Amazon is looking for a city that has over 1 million residents and is located in North America, mainly the United States. Cities are currently now organized bid packages to present to the Amazon RFP. Amazon is also looking to build on a development site that will allow them to build a 3 phase office park style development or retrofit an existing building as long as it fits their criteria. Miami is an attractive city as it features a high quality of life, strong infrastructure growth, a growing educated workforce, strong job growth, etc. Quality of life has become a major factor when choosing a new headquarter location as both housing cost, livability and amenities play a major roll in a firm's ability to attract top-end talent. It has been reported that even those who command six figure salaries in the current tech hub of Silicon Valley and San Francisco are looking to leave the the bay area in search of a lower cost of living without sacrificing their quality of life. Miami has the low pricing when compared with other major cities without sacrificing the quality of life and the city features all of the amenities that highly paid and educated employees seek including top-tier restaurants, recreation and culture. The low cost with a high quality of life in Miami would make it easy for Amazon to attract top-end talent. Some factors that hurt Miami is the lack of public transportation and traffic congestion.