It looks like Amazon might be having a hard time picking just one city for its new headquarters.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the online giant will split the highly-anticipated HQ2 between two locations, to go along with its original headquarters in Seattle.
The company announced plans to build a second headquarters over a year ago. And since then, cities around the country have been angling to be picked.
Reportedly, concerns about finding enough talent and enough housing prompted the decision to split HQ2. The Wall Street Journal's source said the three finalists are Dallas, New York City and Crystal City, Virginia, which is a Washington D.C. suburb.