Voya Financial Inc., which is losing its current Des Moines location to the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines, plans to move its 433 employees to Hub Tower, where the company plans to spend nearly $13.6 million in equipment, remodeling, furnishing and lease costs, according to the Iowa Economic Development Authority. Voya is seeking $553,000 in state tax credits and sales tax refunds. The IEDA board will vote on the request when it meets Friday. The city of Des Moines also plans to provide a 20 percent discount on parking costs over seven years. The value of the city incentive is placed between $624,880 and $946,600, according to the IEDA staff report. Voya plans to start construction at Hub Tower in June and begin its move to new offices in October. The Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines plans to buy Voya's former Des Moines offices, owned by Graham Group, and move its employees into at least half of the building. Read more