The Washington Post reportedover the weekend that Amazon is closing in on northern Virginia as a location for its second headquarters.
The Post cited unnamed sources, who said Amazon is looking at Crystal City, Virginia, for its second headquarters.
JBG Smith, a top real estate developer in that area, pulled leasing locations in that area, too, igniting rumors that Amazon will move its location to Virginia, USA Today reports.
Amazon is thinking about when to time an announcement on the new location, according to The Washington Post. It's unclear when Amazon will make the official announcement.
Mike Grella, Amazon's director of economic development of public policy, slammed the report in a tweet over the weekend, saying that Crystal City isn't necessarily the location.
No one's really sure where Amazon will put its second headquarters, though the announcement will come at the end of the year.
The Wall Street Journal reported over the weekend that the HQ2 finalists include Dallas and New York City.
Amazon may also be leaning toward Austin, Texas, for its next location as well, CNBC reports.
Chicago and the state of Illinois are still eyeing Amazon building its second location in the state, The Chicago Tribune reports.