Great Lakes Region Federal Buildings

Exterior lighted night time image of the Calder Flamingo sculpture, federal plaza, Dirksen Courthouse, and Kluczynski Federal BuildingThe GSA Great Lakes Region (Region 5) provides work space for more than 50,000 federal employees in 1,080 federally-owned and leased buildings within six states bordering the Great Lakes, including:

To learn more about how GSA can provide your agency with building and real estate related services, contact your agency's regional account manager from the Customer Service page or use the contact info in the upper right corner of this page.

To talk to a property manager or find updated building information, browse the proper state listing above or in the left menu. In general, federal building hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (except federal holidays). Visitors having business with specific agencies within a federal building are advised to check with that agency for its respective business hours and entry requirements (for example, photo identification).

The GSA Great Lakes Region provides real estate and related services to nearly 100 federal customer agencies, earning a 66% more than satisfied rating (four or above on a five-point scale) on the most recent GSA Tenant Satisfaction Survey (2015).

GSA's Great Lakes Region designs, constructs, and manages a portfolio of federal office buildings, courthouses, land ports of entry (border stations), warehouses, and laboratories. The region is focused on creating more sustainable buildings through several new technologies, including energy-efficient lighting, low-flow plumbing fixtures, and computerized monitoring and control of all building systems.

GSA's Great Lakes Region also offers a full range of reimbursable real estate services and negotiates leases for federal agencies residing in privately-owned space. Contact us for more information.

Last Reviewed 2015-10-02