GSA in Your Community
GSA manages Federal properties in more than 2,000 communities nationwide, totaling more than 9,600 buildings and 375 million square feet of space. These include a variety of both government owned and leased buildings, from courthouses, local IRS offices, border stations, and warehouses, to data centers and laboratories (GSA does not manage properties owned by the US Postal Service).
Such a significant and widespread presence means that GSA’s real estate decisions on where to locate, how to design and orient our buildings, and how our buildings are used can have a significant impact on the surrounding community. As a Federal agency, GSA seeks to consult with local stakeholders to find ways for our actions to support local economic development, sustainability, and other community planning goals.
As a first step, local planning officials and members of the public may find it helpful to see where these facilities exist in their communities. This information is easy to find.
GSA's online Inventory of Owned and Leased Properties enables local stakeholders to quickly map all GSA managed properties in their state and download relevant data. Additionally, more detailed information about leased properties, including expiration dates, can be downloaded from GSA's Lease Inventory page.
If you need assistance accessing this data or if you would like to discuss how Federal properties in your community relate to local community planning goals, please contact us.