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CLEVELAND-KeyCorp is finalizing its move into 221,000 square feet at the 14-story Higbee Building, the former home of Higbee and Dillard’s department stores. Key is moving in about 1,000 office workers into three floors, and will likely share the building with a temporary casino.

Built in 1931, the 887,000-square-foot building was formerly the home of Higbee and Dillard’s department stores. The building is now owned by Forest City Enterprises, which has spent about $50 million in upgrading building systems and amenities.

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