Now the Wall Street Journal is weighing in on where cities rank in the race for Amazon’s sprawling headquarters No. 2.

And the business-news daily places Denver at No. 7.

Dallas comes in first in the WSJ’s ranking as a potential site for Amazon HQ2, followed by Boston; a tie of Washington, Atlanta and Amazon’s current home town of Seattle; Chicago; and Denver.

Also ranked behind Denver are New York, Nashville, Austin, Minneapolis and Newark/northern New Jersey.

Read more at the Denver Business Journal: