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GSA Hosts Industry Day for Agriculture Dept’s Cotton Annex Property

GSAThe U.S. General Services Administration held an industry day to discuss plans on the sale of the 188,000-square-foot Agriculture Department Cotton Annex located in Washington, D.C.

GSAsaid Tuesday it hosted the industry day in an effort to inform interested parties on the building and the GSA auction process.

“This event reinforces GSA’s aggressive commitment to repositioning underutilized assets in its real estate portfolio to put them to more productive use,” said Tim Sheckler, director of GSA’s real property utilization and disposal division.

The six-story Cotton Annex was built in 1937 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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