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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The federal government is looking for office space to house about 1,000 workers in downtown Kansas City.
The workers are currently employed at the Bannister Federal Complex in south Kansas City, which is scheduled to close by December 2014.
The General Services Administration has informed potential landlords it needs up to 168,588 square feet of space.
The Kansas City Star reported Wednesday the deadline for responses is Dec. 21, with employees expected to be in their new offices by December 2014.
The Bannister Federal Complex was built in World War II to manufacture warplane engines.
Other government agencies formerly housed at the complex have moved out in recent years.
Plans for the future of the complex have not been determined.
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