American Century has filed with Kansas City to build a $44 million, 12-to-14-story office building to accommodate expected growth, The Kansas City Star reports. The fund company is planning to have it completed between 2008 and 2010.

"Current growth projections and other long-term strategies for American Century support the conclusion that by 2008-2010, there will likely be sufficient economic justification to construct the proposed office building for use primarily by American Century," according to the firm’s filing with Kansas City’s zoning board.

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