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Sprint Announces A Buyer For Its Campus In Overland Park

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Wichita-based Occidental Management has agreed to buy Sprint's campus in Overland Park, Kansas.

Sprint Corp. has an agreement to sell its Overland Park headquarters campus to a Wichita company, the Kansas City Business Journal reports.

Sprint announced Friday morning that it has an agreement to sell the massive property to Occidental Management. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Sprint CEO Michel Combes told employees in an email that he expects the deal to close "in the coming months."

Sprint employees will be concentrated in the southern end of the property, where Combes' email said the company will create "a new heart of the campus" centered on the 6200 Sprint Parkway building.

His email stressed that the people in the company make up Sprint, not its buildings.

Read the full story in the Kansas City Business Journal.

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