KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Union Station may finally be moving down the right track.
The station's leaders announced Thursday they have leased 100 percent of their traditional commercial business space.
Two new tenants signed leases in the past week, Integrity Computer Services and Frontier School System.
Integrity provides computer services to law firms and other businesses, according to a news release from Union Station.
Frontier School System is a public charter school for kids in grades K-12.
Robert Regnier, vice chairman of the station's board of director's, said the two latest tenants fit the station's goal of being a hub for STEM-focused education.
This is the latest piece of good news for the historic building and its leadership team.
Taxpayers approved a bi-state tax in the late 1990's to restore the landmark.
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