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GSA Names 3 Potential Sites for Future Labor Dept HQ

constructionThe General Services Administration has identified three potential locations for the Labor Department‘s future headquarters as a result of site evaluations.

GSA said Tuesday the Washington, D.C.-based sites include NOMA at the intersection of North Capitol Street and New York Avenue; Capitol Riverfront at the intersection of M Street and South Capitol Street; and Poplar Point in Anacostia.

“Labor is in need of a new, up to date, workplace and GSA is enlisting the help of the market to determine the best option to finance this project,” said Norman Dong, GSA public buildings service commissioner.

GSA looks to award a contract to evaluate the potential sites next month in efforts to help the government choose a new headquarters location.

DoL’s current headquarters at 200 Constitution Avenue NW in Washington is at least 40 years old and requires infrastructure updates such as modern heating, electrical, plumbing and elevator systems.

GSA released a notice of intent that the government considers options for the current headquarters as well as a Request for Expressions of Interest for a site that could provide to 1.4 million rentable square feet.

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