PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — As we await Amazon’s decision on where it will locate its HQ2, we do know the company has picked Philadelphia for an expansion of its speedy delivery service.

If you’re a Prime member, you have Prime Now, an even faster way to get stuff like toiletries, cleaning supplies, groceries, and some electronics, says Amazon spokeswoman Lynsey Kehrli.

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“No fighting traffic, no looking for parking, stay home in your jammies, enjoy your time with your family,” she said.

Kehrli spoke with CBS Denver after a Prime Now distribution hub opened there last summer.

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Here, it’ll be in West Philly, at 41st and Chestnut Streets.

Amazon has been awarded a permit for a “large food establishment.”

Prime Now is free for two-hour delivery; Amazon tacks on a fee if you want it in an hour or less.

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No comment from the company on its plans, including whether restaurant delivery will be included — as it is in some other locations — or if it will allow shoppers to pick up their items if they don’t want to wait for delivery.