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GSA Seeks Potential Lessors for Office Space in Washington

GSAThe General Services Administration is planning to lease office space in the Washington central employment area with a minimum ANSI/BOMA office area of 180,480 square feet and maximum of 217,000 BOMA rentable square feet.

GSA said Tuesday in a notice posted on FedBizOpps that it is looking for contiguous office space with support for Interagency Security Committee Level IV requirements, a maximum distance of 2,640 walkable linear feet from a Metrorail station and is compliant with building codes and regulations.

The agency said it expects to renovate or redesign part of the offered space.

Interested lessors should submit expressions of interest by Dec. 17, which will help shape the future request for lease proposals, GSA said.

Jones Lang LaSalle Americas will serve as tenant broker to negotiate the potential lease agreement.

GSA expects to occupy the office space by May 2017 for a full term of 15 years.

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