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Peace Corps DC Headquarters Move Planned for 2019

The Peace Corps will relocate its headquarters from a northwestern to a northeastern location in Washington, D.C. after the General Services Administration signed a new lease agreement for the government-run volunteer organization.

GSA announced Monday that Peace Corps will occupy a 173,000-square-foot facility at One Constitution Square beginning in late 2019.

The organization’s future main office will be renamed the Paul D. Coverdell Peace Corps HQ and the building is certified as compliant with the Platinum Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.

Peace Corps will join several federal agencies that lease office space within the NoMa district such as the Justice Department; Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

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