The U.S. General Services Administration will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 1 p.m. Tuesday at its new regional headquarters in downtown Kansas City.
About 1,000 employees have been relocated from the Bannister Federal Complex to several floors in the Two Pershing Square building next to Union Station at 2300 Main.
The move reduced GSA’s real estate footprint in the metro area by more than half, saving $64 million over the life of the lease.
The agency manages about 10 million square feet of federal office space in the metro area, including nearly 4 million square feet in 17 federally owned facilities and about 6 million square feet of leased space in more than 60 buildings.
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