One of downtown St. Louis' biggest office buildings is going to be mostly empty soon.  AT&T says it plans to move out of it's downtown office tower on Chestnut Street to other locations in the city and in St. Louis County.  The move will impact about 2,000 employees and no jobs will be lost.  The company says it needs less office space as more employees choose to work from home.   

The move out of the 1.2 million square foot office building, named One AT&T Center, won't be immediate, as the company says it will complete the move by 2015.  The owner of the building is a Chicago-based real estate trust, and purchased the structure from AT&T in 2006.


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