Illinois State Treasurer Dan Rutherford says the state will save about $106,000 under a renegotiated office-space lease.
The treasurer's unclaimed property division has 43 employees in a building on Springfield's Old State Capitol square.
The Republican says Myers Family Real Estate LLC was willing to reconfigure first-floor space. Rutherford is also putting millions of pieces of paper on microfilm so employees are moving off the building's eighth floor.
A vault will stay on that floor.
The new lease will save nearly $27,000 a year.
Rutherford says the deal fulfills a priority to keep office space in the capital's downtown.