Crystal City’s selection as one of two new offices for Amazon’s much-ballyhooed HQ2 search has been made official. And while Prince George’s County was long-ago dismissed from consideration for the project, Crystal City’s selection will still have an impact on Prince George’s County, according to a paper released earlier this week. But Prince George’s County’s housing market may be less impacted by Amazon’s presence than other close-in suburban communities, the report found. If you buy into the hype, Amazon’s decision has the potential to create a “second downtown” for the Washington, D.C., area, with up to 25,000 news jobs headed to Virginia. Many of those jobs will be filled by workers who migrate here, rather than springing from the soil of Crystal City.