Building for the Future: Development Projects
A number of projects which are underway within the National Capital Region (NCR) offer unique development opportunities for the private sector to collaborate with the public sector to develop federally owned land for private sector use.
This initiative is part of GSA's ongoing effort to get under performing federal facilities off the government's books, while creating the greatest possible value for taxpayers.
This proposed acquisition of construction and related services will allow GSA to leverage its current assets in exchange for services that will support federal space consolidation efforts of GSA and DHS.
GSA is seeking to find a new headquarters location for the FBI. The project involves exchanging the existing building for a new facility that can accommodate the FBI's headquarter operations and allow it to consolidate into one location.
GSA, in coordination with the U.S. Department of State, proposes to prepare a master plan for the Potomac Hill Campus, which is property consisting of two adjoining federally owned historic parcels known as Navy Hill and the Potomac Annex.
Southeast Federal Center (SEFC)
The Southeast Federal Center (SEFC) is located in the District’s Southeast neighborhood, within a mile of the U.S. Capitol Building. The enactment of the Southeast Federal Center Public-Private Development Act of 2000, Public Law 106-407, has given GSA special authority to adopt innovative, flexible approaches for working with the private sector to develop the SEFC site. By leveraging the private sector’s creativity, experience, and resources, GSA transformed the SEFC site into an asset where office workers, residents and visitors can live and work. The result is an exciting mixture of land uses including residential, commercial, and office space replete with a waterfront park, open spaces and innovative design.
St. Elizabeths West
GSA obtained approval for the Master Plan in January 2009. St. Elizabeths West Campus will be a high security campus for federal agencies.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Headquarters Consolidation
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Headquarters will undergo consolidation to accommodate growth from 7,720 to 8,889 employees.