Loveland’s former Agilent property is one step closer to being named the state’s new headquarters for aerospace and clean energy.

The Colorado Association for Manufacturing and Technology and the Metro-Denver Economic Development Corp. have been looking for a site for the park since January. The groups received more than 40 proposals.

The committee is interested in the former Agilent campus and is having discussions with the city of Loveland, which is in the process of purchasing the building from Agilent.

However, their search isn’t completely finished. Another greenfield property, without an existing building, could also be selected, said Eric Anderson, spokesperson for the group.

CAMT entered into the partnership with NASA late last year. Although it was clear Colorado Springs was out of the running early in the process, the city could still be the site of a satellite office.

Click here for previous CSBJ coverage on the aerospace park.

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