October 6, 2022

Brighton Journal

Complete News World

Des Moines is looking to buy a building nationwide

Des Moines is looking to buy a building nationwide

Des Moines can buy a Nationwide building in the city center



At six, big changes may soon come to Des Moines. City leaders announced a plan today to move its employees out of the offices they’ve been using for more than 100 years. Their new home, built nationwide at KCCI 12 and LOCUST, is BEAU BOWMAN LIVE THERE TIGHT WITH THE SCHEDULE when city employees can. We will take it upon ourselves to approve the purchase agreement between the city and state on Monday at their regular meeting. But city employees won’t move until at least 2024. This building should suit us like glut. The City of Des Moines is now planning to move nearly all of its city employees to this building located at 1200 Locust Street, and the old building across the country has been an empty lot since the outbreak of the pandemic. That’s why they agreed to sell it. and a parking garage two blocks south of town for $40.6 million, 40 million being the purchase cost. We know we’ll have costs above and beyond that after the deal closes in about nine months, the city will start designing and building a new office. By 2024, they hope to move staff from the army building, town hall and even the police station, abandoning the East Village. But opening those spaces for redevelopment down the road. This is a historical revival. Again, I think we’ll bring more life to that area than we currently have just five days a week. Des Moines first moved into what is now Old Town Hall 120 years ago. They hope this new space will last for as long, if not longer, as we’ve shown. We stay in our facilities for a long time, 100 years. So this building behind us, it’s going to be a city office for another hundred years. Now, the city says the police department will be the last to move to this new location. Nationwide plans to keep building it directly to the east of this one at 1100 LOCUST. We live in downtown Moen.

See also  Revlon cosmetics company approaches chapter 11 rating

Des Moines can buy a Nationwide building in the city center


Des Moines leaders said Friday they are considering buying a nationwide insurance building on downtown Locust Street, and the city will pay $30 million for the Nationwide building, and city leaders say the purchase will allow them to combine all city government services into one facility. But city employees won’t move into this building until at least 2024, and city services are currently spread out at five locations. The city hopes to move staff from the armory building, city hall and even the police station, Nationwide has gathered all of its employees in another building nearby downtown, and the city council will discuss the plan at a Monday night meeting.

Des Moines city leaders said Friday that they are looking into purchasing one of the National Insurance buildings on downtown Locust Street.

The city will pay $30 million to build Nationwide.

City leaders say the purchase will allow them to combine all city government services into one facility. But city employees won’t move into this building until at least 2024.

City services are currently spread across five locations. The city hopes to move personnel from the armory building and town hall to the police station.

Nationwide has consolidated all of its employees into another nearby building downtown.

The city council will discuss the plan at its Monday night meeting.

See also  Starbucks Association asks coffee giant to extend wage increases and benefits for union stores