KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Some good news for those living in the Northland, as more jobs could be coming to the area as soon as next spring.
Crews broke ground on a second building in the Industrial Park at Kansas City International Airport on Friday.
City leaders hope it will bring new jobs and tax dollars to the area.
The first building is home to a blade making business, which employs 200 people.
No company has signed on for the new building just yet.
"Developers are looking for locations, especially with the expansion of the Ford Plant and suppliers, and so this would be a logical place, companies that are looking to expand or grow their business that need access to the airport,” Kansas City Councilman Ed Ford said.
Crews will begin pouring concrete on Tuesday.
The building should be open for business in April.
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