Looks like the press release writers at the Colorado Economic Development Commission may soon be busy. 

According to recent reports, “a multibillion-dollar California real estate investment trust and the U.S. arm of a Japanese aerospace firm are considering locating their headquarters in metro Denver.”

Healthpeak Properties, a real estate investment trust based in Irvine, Calif., was approved for up to $5.3 million in Job Growth Incentive Tax Credits if it brings 166 net new full-time jobs to the state, according to the article. 

Another  award, worth up to $1.13 million, was approved for the U.S. subsidiary of a Japanese company developing a lunar lander capable of delivering payloads to the moon.