FARGO - Fargo city employees are getting used to some new views as they start to move into the new City Hall.
Over the next week the new building will be busy with departments slowly move in.
So far, only two departments have made the transition, including the Assesor's office and the IT department.
The new offices have upgrades like - more conference rooms, bigger cubicles, and even adjustable desks.
WDAY spoke to IT employee Jonathan Braski who said, even though the transition has been hard on communications between departments, it's still a step up from the old City Hall.
"I mean the old City Hall had its quirks and everything, so it's just nice to have a building that's a little bit more predictable and open," said IT employee Jonathan Braski.
City Hall employees say all of the departments should be moved in by the end of next month.