FHLB Will Stay in Topeka. After mulling a move to places like Kansas City and Denver, the Federal Home Loan Bank of Topeka said it would stay put and build a new headquarters there. Construction on the $26 million, 80,000 square foot building will begin next year and employees anticipate a move to the new building in 2018. The bank needed a more modern and larger space than its current 60,000 square foot location offers. Freddie Prices $471 Million K-Deal. Freddie Mac priced a new offering of Structured Pass-Through Certificates backed by fixed-rate multifamily mortgages with seven-year terms. The company plans to issue more than $471 million in K-719 Certificates, which is expected to settle around Aug. 19. This is Freddie’s 15th K Certificate offering this year.