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Amazon is temporarily relocating workers out of a downtown Seattle office due to ongoing violent crimes.
According to a statement emailed from the tech giant to Bloomberg , “Given recent incidents near Third and Pine, we’re providing employees currently at that location with alternative office space elsewhere. We are hopeful that conditions will improve and that we will be able to bring employees back to this location when it is safe to do so.” Approximately 1,800 Amazon employees are assigned to the office located at 300 Pine St. in the heart of downtown above the city’s flagship Macy’s department store location . Many of the employees are still working remotely due to the pandemic but have begun coming back to work several days per week. Over the past few years, the area has seen increased open air drug use, fencing of stolen goods, shootings, carjackings and other violent crimes. Since Feb. 21, there have been three shootings, two stabbings and a carjacking, leading to an increase in businesses shutting down in the area. Earlier this month, Piroshky Piroshky owner Olga Sagan told The Ari Hoffman show on Talk Radio 570 KVI they closed their location nearby at 3rd Ave and Pike St. because the area is no longer safe for her employees. The flagship McDonald’s in downtown Seattle also closed with no notice the day after Piroshky Piroshky shuttered, stating that they could not guarantee the safety of their employees and customers. Mayor Bruce Harrell’s office sent a statement to KOMO News regarding Amazon’s announcement of relocating the employees which said, “Mayor Harrell is working every day to make downtown a safe and thriving neighborhood for residents, workers, and businesses. While it will take time to reverse longstanding safety issues, Mayor Harrell’s early efforts are critical first steps to address […]
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