Kansas City Office Space Stays Losing As COVID Cont'd

Kansas City Office Space Stays Losing As COVID Cont'd

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COVID Delta has delayed the great American comeback . . . And now more than 1000 Kansas City Midtown workers remain at home.

Here’s a www.TonysKansasCity.com news link that might be worth peeking on the other side of the paywall . . .

American Century Investments delays return to office as Covid-19 surges in Missouri – Kansas City Business Journal

Kansas City-based American Century Investments planned to launch its return-to-office program on Sept. 13, but the Covid-19 pandemic once again has thrown a wrench into planning efforts. With the Delta variant ravaging the nation and the Kansas City area a hot spot, American Century delayed plans it calls Connected Workplace.

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