Chesapeake Energy Corp.has quietly moved into its new offices in Stark County, but the move involved fewer workers than had been projected earlier.
Between 150 and 200 workers are housed in the top two floors of the new five-story office building in Louisville, said Louisville city manager E. Thomas Ault.
The Chesapeake staffers moved into the building in early June.
But it appears that Chesapeake has revised and scaled back its Louisville plans, he said.
The company had not provided the city with its latest plans, he said.
It appears unlikely that second office building will be built by Chesapeake and the company has indicated that it will sell parts of the property to its subsidiaries, Ault said. The company may attempt to sell off 150 acres.Read the rest of the article by clicking here.
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