Visiting Public Buildings
Learn about GSA's extensive portfolio and leadership in sustainability and preserving historic buildings by exploring the buildings in the National Capital Region.
Please use this link to a map showing locations of Public Art and Buildings in the National Capital Region managed by the U.S. General Services Administration.
E. Barrett Prettyman US Courthouse
Federal Trade Commission Federal Building
Herbert C. Hoover Federal Building
Internal Revenue Service Federal Building
Lyndon Baines Johnson Building
Orville Wright Federal Building
Robert C. Weaver Federal Building
Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
Sidney R. Yates Federal Building
Stewart Lee Udall Federal Building
Theodore Roosevelt Federal Building
Wilbur J. Cohen Federal Building
Wilbur Wright Federal Building
William Jefferson Clinton Federal Building
U.S. General Services Administration
Established by President Truman in 1949, one of the primary roles of the U.S. General Services Administration is the management and care of federally owned and leased buildings throughout the United States. Totaling over 9,600 properties, GSA is responsible for implementing innovative solutions in sustainability and green building as well as managing the ever-growing inventory of historic buildings. GSA's inventory spans the breadth of our nation's history, representing dozens of architectural styles and playing host to numerous historic events.
National Capital Region
Located in Washington D.C., the National Capital Region serves government customers in the Washington D.C. metro area, including Northern Virginia and Southern Maryland. Learn more about GSA's extensive portfolio and leadership in sustainability and preserving historic buildings by exploring the buildings in the National Capital Region.