CBP – Chula Vista serves the San Diego region, with responsibility for 7,000 square miles including the border with Mexico and 114 coastal border miles along the Pacific Ocean. The built-to-suit property houses top Customs and Border Protection leadership, including the Chief Patrol Agent, as well as CBP’s Human Resources, Intelligence, Public Information and Employee Training divisions. The property features an 11,000-square-foot warehouse and a gated parking lot.
Built in 2013, this full-service analytical laboratory provides for the chemical and physical testing of all types of commodities, narcotics and other controlled substances. This is a LEED Silver certified built-to-suit property, designed specifically for the U.S. Government, with a mission-critical function performing specialty testing of sugars, textiles and other products that flow through the Port of Savannah in Georgia.
CBP – Sunburst is a built-to-suit Customs and Border Protection property that relocated the Sunburst station from a co-location facility at the Sweetgrass Port of Entry, one of 139 border patrol stations across the country. The coverage area includes some 60 miles along the Canadian border from the eastern boundary of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation to West Butte, Montana. Special features at this LEED certified property include an enclosed garage that can hold up to 35 vehicles, a lighted helipad and a sally port.
DEA – Albany, a built-to-suit facility that serves as one of 21 DEA District Offices, coordinates the activities of the Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse DEA offices. Unique improvements include holdings cells, secure evidence storage areas, wiretap rooms, interview rooms and a secure indoor parking garage.
DEA – Bakersfield is a build-to-suit facility that houses the Bakersfield Resident Office for the DEA’s San Francisco Division. This 9,800-square foot facility houses two holding cells, provides for secure and enclosed first floor parking and offers second story office space with secured rooms for weapons and drug storage. The facility was constructed in 2000 and is 100% leased.
The remaining three properties in the 14-property portfolio acquisition are still expected to close prior to the end of 2018.
Acquired by Easterly Government Properties in June 2016 as part of a four-property portfolio acquisition, DEA – Birmingham, a built-to-suit property completed in 2005, is 100% leased through 2020 to the GSA on behalf of the DEA, the lead U.S. federal agency for the enforcement of controlled substance laws and regulations, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), a bureau-level federal agency within the U.S. Department of Justice, whose mission is to protect the public from crimes involving firearms, explosives, arson and the diversion of tobacco products.
DEA – Dallas is a district office serving 121 of Texas’ 254 counties as well as the entire state of Oklahoma, an area that faces significant challenges involving drug smuggling by major Mexican trafficking organizations. Located in a three-property federal enclave that includes an FBI Field Office and Easterly’s existing DEA Dallas Lab asset, the property serves as one of three DEA District Offices in Texas and one of only 21 nationally.
DEA – North Highlands is the Northern California district office for the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Office of Diversion Control. A built-to-suit specialty structure with a mission-critical function, the two-story building features include a perimeter fence, secure underground parking and a backup generator.
DEA – Otay is a built-to-suit, two-story specialty structure with a mission-critical function serving DEA operations in the San Ysidro district of San Diego. Located 1.5 miles north of the U.S./Mexico border and adjacent to the Easterly-owned ICE – Otay building, the facility is equipped with a perimeter fence, secure underground parking and a backup generator
The Drug Enforcement Administration is the lead U.S. federal agency for the enforcement of controlled substance laws and regulations. Through a network of seven regional and two specialized laboratories, the DEA laboratory system provides scientific and forensic support to DEA special agents and other law enforcement personnel. The DEA – Pleasanton western regional laboratory is a newer lab in the DEA’s portfolio and provides services to DEA divisions in the northwestern U.S. The property was built in 2015 and is leased to the GSA for a 20-year term.
DEA – Riverside is a built-to-suit, two-story specialty structure with a mission-critical function covering South Central California for the Office of Diversion Control. In addition to secure underground parking and a backup generator, the facility has a gated lot that is used for temporarily holding confiscated vehicles and contraband.
A built-to-suit evidence warehouse serving the DEA’s San Diego division, the facility contains four separate demised storage rooms totaling approximately 2,200 square feet as well as four separate chain link storage bays. The building interior contains 420 square feet of finished office space and restroom. Additional amenities include fire sprinklers and air conditioning throughout and an asphalt parking area.
DEA – Santa Ana serves all of Orange County, California, in a building that also houses a growing presence by the DEA’s newly created prescription pills task force. A built-to-suit, two-story specialty structure with a mission-critical function, the facility features a perimeter fence, secure underground parking and a backup generator.
DEA – Sterling serves as a special testing and research laboratory to assist the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in performing mission critical forensic analyses. The 49,692-square foot facility was built-to-suit in 2001 and includes evidence rooms, computer labs, cryptography and various other specialized laboratories. The facility is 100% leased through 2020.
DEA – Upper Marlboro is a modern, Class A laboratory 100% leased to the GSA and occupied by the DEA, which serves as the DEA’s Mid-Atlantic regional laboratory. This laboratory is one of the DEA’s seven regional and two specialized laboratories located strategically throughout the country. Specifically designed to provide scientific, technical and administrative support to various law enforcement and intelligence communities, this state-of-the-art, mission critical facility was constructed in 2002 and is in its initial 20-year lease term, which expires in 2022.
Built in 2002, this laboratory is one of ten regional and specialized laboratories in the DEA network. This laboratory provides scientific and forensic support to DEA special agents and other law enforcement personnel. The built-to-suit, one-story specialty structure, with a mission-critical function, has security guards on-site 24/7 and crash-barrier-grade perimeter fencing.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is the lead U.S. federal agency for the enforcement of controlled substance laws and regulations. The DEA – Dallas regional laboratory is one of nine regional and specialized laboratories in the DEA’s laboratory network that provides scientific and forensic support to DEA special agents and other law enforcement personnel.
Built in 1999, the Lakewood building is a Class A facility leased to the GSA on behalf of the DOE until 2029. It is 100 percent occupied by the Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) and provides engineering, accounting, human resources, legal and training support to four regional offices that operate and maintain the DOE’s Western Transmission System, which covers a service area of 1.3 million square miles.
This facility houses the Federal Highway Administration Resource Center, one of five such Resource Centers in the country. Located less than one mile from the Denver Federal Center, where GSA maintains a significant presence (6,200 federal employees at 26 agencies), Lakewood provides the highest concentration of federal agencies outside of Washington, DC. The DOT – Lakewood building is LEED Silver certified.
Acquired by Easterly Government Properties in June 2016 as part of a four-property portfolio acquisition, EPA – Kansas City serves as one of 10 regional and specialized laboratories in the EPA network. This property serves as EPA’s Region 7 Science and Technology Center, a facility where EPA scientists, using state-of-the-art instruments and techniques, perform chemical and biological analyses, field sampling services and air monitoring. This built-to-suit mission-critical facility is LEED Gold certified.
Acquired by Easterly Government Properties in June 2016 as part of a four-property portfolio acquisition, FBI – Albany, a built-to-suit property completed in 1998, is 100% leased through 2018 to the GSA on behalf of the FBI. The 98,184-square-foot property is one of 56 FBI field offices, where the agency fulfills its mission to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, to uphold and enforce the nation’s criminal laws, and to provide leadership and criminal justice services to federal, state, municipal and international agencies and partners.
Acquired by Easterly Government Properties in June 2016 as part of a four-property portfolio acquisition, FBI – Birmingham, a built-to-suit property completed in 2005, is 100% leased through 2020 to the GSA on behalf of the F
Built in 2001, the FBI – Little Rock facility houses one of the FBI’s 56 field offices and is tasked with carrying out investigations, assessing local and regional crime threats, and working closely with partners on cases and operations. The property is supported by statewide satellite locations in El Dorado, Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Jonesboro, Marion and Texarkana. Building security upgrades include vehicle barriers, secured code-required parking and a recently renovated visitors screening facility. The exterior of the building has a unique facade constructed with a 25-foot curved glass curtain wall framed by five full-height columns at the public entrance.
The FBI – Omaha facility houses one of the FBI’s 56 field offices which carries out investigations, assesses local and regional crime threats, and works closely with partners on cases and operations. The building serves the entire states of Nebraska and Iowa, and is supported by eight satellite offices. The 112,196 square foot, built-to-suit property was constructed in 2009 as part of the FBI’s increased mission following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, is LEED Gold-certified and it is said to be the prototype for the new generation of FBI field offices. Special enhancements include a sally port, line-of-site requirements for secure communications, anti-collapsible walls, ballistic glass, an anti-pathogen HVAC system, a discrete garage and a special vehicle-proof fence with guarded gate.
FBI – Pittsburgh serves as one of 56 FBI field offices located throughout the country. The 100,054-square foot facility was built-to-suit for the FBI in 2001 and is 100% leased. This facility oversees operations for nine surrounding resident agencies located throughout Pennsylvania and the entirety of West Virginia.
FBI – Richmond is one of 56 field offices of the FBI, a bureau-level federal agency within the U.S. Department of Justice that serves a dual role as both a federal criminal investigative body and an intelligence agency. FBI – Richmond serves as the regional headquarters and is responsible for the oversight of six FBI resident agencies located throughout the state of Virginia.
Strategically located near the Salt Lake City International Airport with convenient access to highway I-80, FBI – Salt Lake City is a state-of-the-art, mission critical facility that was built to the detailed specifications and design standards of the FBI. The FBI has had a presence in Salt Lake City since 1914 and is one of 56 field offices located strategically throughout the United States. These field offices provide regional coverage for the nation’s federal criminal investigative body and intelligence agency. This Class A, LEED Gold certified, four-story single tenant facility located on a 7.5-acre campus houses the FBI’s Salt Lake City Division, which oversees federal operations in all of Utah, Idaho and Montana. FBI – Salt Lake City acts as a regional headquarters for the Bureau and directs 18 satellite offices, also known as resident agencies, located throughout the three surrounding states. This build-to-suit construction was completed in 2012 and is 100% occupied by the FBI through October 2032 for a total initial, non-cancelable lease term of 20 years.
The 148,584-square-foot FBI – San Antonio property serves as one of 56 Federal Bureau of Investigation Field Offices located across the U.S. The San Antonio field office employs officers who investigate a wide array of crimes that include drug trafficking, organized crime, kidnapping, alien smuggling, terrorism, bank fraud and white-collar crime. This built-to-suit property consists of a four-story office building, a separate annex building and a two-story above-ground parking garage. Security features include a perimeter barrier, progressive collapse design and redundant HVAC systems.
FDA – College Park houses a laboratory for the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN), one of the FDA’s seven product-oriented centers. The 80,677-square foot office and laboratory was built-to-suit in 2004 and is 100% leased through 2029. The facility is part of the University of Maryland’s Research Park and is located two blocks from CFSAN headquarters in the Harvey W. Wiley Building, forming a campus which links university researchers, students and staff with federal laboratories and private sector companies.
As part of FEMA’s mission to deliver immediate, on-the-ground response in moments of disaster, FEMA maintains eight distribution centers within the United States for emergency response preparedness. FEMA – Tracy is one of these eight regional distributions centers located strategically throughout the country. In 2018, Easterly assumed all redevelopment activities and later in 2018 commenced a 20-year non-cancelable lease with the General Services Administration (GSA) on this mission critical facility. The FEMA – Tracy property is a single-story 210,373-square foot warehouse that sits on just over 19 acres of land and includes a blend of office, warehouse, and refrigerated space for full-time cold storage. FEMA – Tracy will further enable FEMA to serve the mission critical function of providing much needed supplies and support to U.S. citizens faced with disaster.
GSA – Clarksburg serves as a multi-tenanted federal center for various federal tenants within the market area, including the FBI, DEA, SSA, Offices of the U.S. Attorneys, and Small Business Association (SBA). This 100% leased 63,760-square foot build-to-suit facility was constructed in 1999 and serves the five tenant agencies through a single GSA lease.
The ICE – Albuquerque building is a built-to-suit facility completed in 2011, and is leased to the General Services Administration on behalf of Immigration and Customs Enforcement until January of 2027. ICE, the largest investigative arm of the Department of Homeland Security, is tasked with enforcing the U.S. border control, customs, trade and immigration laws. The property, in operation 24/7, houses both the Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and the Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) directorates. The property was built to the specific needs of ICE and includes crash-barrier-grade perimeter fencing, a guardhouse, holding cells, a fenced sally port and a forensics lab.
A modern, Class A office building that was completed in 1994 and renovated in 2012, it includes significant tenant-specific improvements including detention cells, sally port, secured entrance and parking and tech-service gauge bays. The interior is LEED Silver certified.
The ICE – Otay building is located less than a half mile from the Otay Mesa Land Port of Entry. Out of six LPOEs in California, this border crossing is second in terms of total border-crossing volume and is the busiest truck crossing on the California/Mexico border. The building is well-appointed and is fitted with specialized security features for federal tenants executing highly important national security functions.
ICE – Pittsburgh, a state-of-the-art, build-to-suit facility constructed in 2004, is occupied by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), which works to promote homeland security and public safety with respect to border control, customs, trade and immigration for the surrounding Pittsburgh region. The Class A facility houses the Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) division, dedicated to combating criminal organizations illegally exploiting America’s travel, trade, financial and immigration systems. This 33,425-square foot facility is located adjacent to the FBI – Pittsburgh field office and is 76% leased.
This 180,481-square-foot, built-to-suit property was developed for the Internal Revenue Service with special emphasis on secure operations. It is fully card key accessed and there are surveillance cameras throughout the interior and exterior of the building, including the attached six-level parking structure.
Additional building features include a full-service employee cafeteria complete with an outdoor courtyard, multi-media conference rooms throughout the building, several large training rooms, and extensive information technology infrastructure. With nearly 1,400 employees working in multiple shifts, the IRS – Fresno building is in use from 5am through 1am during the workweek.
Acquired in May 2019, JSC – Suffolk is comprised of two modern Class A buildings occupied by the Department of Defense’s (DoD) U.S Joint Staff Command division and sits on just over 40 acres and provides nearly 1,200 surface parking spaces for JSC staff and visitors. JSC- Suffolk is 100% leased to the GSA under a lease that expires in June 2028, this Level IV Security facility was recently re-leased to the GSA for a firm term of 10 years with an additional five-year option.
JSC – Suffolk features state-of-the-art building systems, surveillance capabilities and superior electronic, technology and communication infrastructure within a secure DoD campus with a controlled perimeter. The facility provides over 10,000 square feet of Secure Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) space and over 118,000 square feet of specialized cooling and raised floor area for the facility’s data center operations.
Acquired in June 2015, the 46,979-square-foot Thad Cochran U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse in Aberdeen, Mississippi, was Easterly’s second acquisition following its February 2015 IPO. The Cochran Courthouse is a modern building in terms of court functionality and security, expressed in the stately form of a Greco-Roman classical design. Built in 2005 to the exacting standards of the U.S. Courts Design Guide, Easterly believes it to be fully compliant with the U.S. Judiciary’s needs in terms of security, space sizes and functions, and circulation patterns for the public and judicial officers. The property is currently leased to the GSA for an initial 20-year term.
JUD – Charleston, an historic townhouse with a modern annex that, together with two adjacent federally-owned buildings, constitutes the federal judicial complex in Charleston. The original building dates to 1795 and was fully renovated in 1999 when the annex was constructed. The building, known as the Josiah House, contains three district judge courtrooms and four judges’ chambers. It is physically connected on the second floor to the J. Waties Waring Judicial Center. This 60,500-square foot federal courthouse is 100% leased.
Built in 1992 and expanded in 2004, this four-courtroom facility is one of eight district courthouses within the Western Texas District. The property also provides facilities for the U.S. Marshals Service and the FBI. With its close proximity to the U.S.-Mexico border, the property is one of the busiest courthouses in the federal system.
Built-to-suit for the U.S. Magistrate Court, JUD – El Centro includes one courtroom and prisoner holding cells. U.S. Marshals, Court Services and Court Clerks also work at the site on a daily basis.
JUD – South Bend serves the Northern District of Indiana and is responsible for handling bankruptcy cases throughout 11 counties. The Robert K. Rodibaugh United States Bankruptcy Courthouse sits on a 1.54-acre campus and includes two courtrooms, judges’ chambers, surface and interior parking, clerks’ office space, a visitors’ lounge and an entrance vestibule with enhanced security screening.
Lummus Corporation is the world’s leading full-line supplier of machinery and replacement parts for the cotton ginning industry. The Lubbock site, home to Lummus’ largest sales hub and primary parts manufacturing facility, is located less than 7 miles from Preston Smith International Airport and the main campus of Texas Tech University.
This property — a Class A office building with 30,000 rentable square feet — was built-to-suit for the Military Entrance Processing Command, which processes applicants for military service to ensure that they meet required standards to serve. Built in 2010, the facility achieved LEED Gold certification and meets the Department of Defense’s Minimum Anti-Terrorism Standards for New and Existing Buildings.
NPS – Omaha houses the National Park Service’s Midwest Regional Headquarters and serves as a visitor center for the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. Established in 1916, the National Park Service, an agency within the Department of Interior, serves as the steward of public natural and cultural resources of national significance. The NPS has responsibility for 411 park units (e.g., national parks, monuments and battlefields). Its mission is the preservation of these resources for the enjoyment, education and inspiration of this and future generations.
The OSHA – Sandy laboratory is a state-of-the-art forensics lab for the testing of materials and products that have contributed to worker deaths or injuries nationwide. Established in 1970 as an agency within the Department of Labor, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration promulgates construction, maritime, agricultural, as well as “general industry” standards to protect workers from a wide range of potential workplace hazards. OSHA also maintains a compliance arm, which conducts work-site inspections throughout the country.
The 189,871-square-foot PTO – Arlington property is 100% occupied by the Patent & Trademark Office under two GSA leases expiring in March 2019 and January 2020. The facility serves as a satellite location to PTO’s campus headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia. PTO is consolidating its Judiciary Branch to this location, where judges will review and offer rulings on patent infringement. The property includes a six-story garage with 763 spaces and the building is LEED Gold certified.
SSA – Charleston, a 110,000-square foot single tenant facility fully renovated in 2000, is occupied by the Office of Hearings Operations (OHO), a part of the Social Security Administration (SSA). The Charleston hearing office services three SSA field offices in Ohio and nine SSA field offices in West Virginia. The 100% leased facility features courtrooms, administrative offices and public service areas.
SSA – Dallas is a 27,200-square foot build-to-suit facility 100% leased to the GSA for the beneficial use of the SSA. Built in 2005, this facility integrates state-of-the-art systems to serve as a local field office with superb access from one of Dallas’s busiest thoroughfares.
SSA – Mission Viejo provides all Social Security Administration services for the region, including the processing and verification of Social Security numbers. A built-to-suit, two-story building, the first floor serves as a main lobby and client interaction center, while the second floor includes office space for about 40 employees.
A single-story office structure that was built-to-suit for the Social Security Administration in 2003 with direct access to public transportation and other area amenities, SSA – San Diego features an open floor plan for employees and a customer service lobby area.
TREAS – Parkersburg, a 182,500-square foot build-to-suit property, was built in multiple phases in 2004 and 2006 and is 100% leased to the General Services Administration (GSA) for the beneficial use of the Bureau of Fiscal Service (BFS). This mission critical agency within the U.S. Department of Treasury has been located in Parkersburg since 1957 and currently occupies three buildings in the vicinity.
TREAS – Birmingham, as part of the Bureau of Fiscal Service (BFS), is a modern, Class A build-to-suit facility constructed in 2014 and 100% leased to the Treasury through the General Service Administration (GSA). This first-generation leased facility sits on three above-grade levels and resides on a nearly four-acre campus. The property is leased for an initial 15-year, firm term lease that expires in December of 2029.
This facility serves to overhaul F100 engines, which are used to power the F-16 and F-15 fighter aircraft used by the U.S. Air Force and international military customers. Pratt & Whitney has had a presence in Columbus since 1996 though their massive Columbus Engine Center located two miles from our property.
Constructed in 2007 as built-to-suit facility for the U.S. Coast Guard, this LEED Silver certified building houses the National Maritime Licensing and Documentation Program — the only such facility in the country — and supports approximately 300 employees. The Coast Guard maintains a strong presence in Martinsburg, which is also home to the National Vessel Documentation Center and Operations System Center.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agency is part of the Department of Homeland Security and is the government agency that oversees lawful immigration to the United States. USCIS administers the nation’s immigration system by providing a number of services, including the management of citizenship and naturalization processes, family member immigration, and U.S. work eligibility and authorizations.
Along with USFS II – Albuquerque, this facility serves as the national administrative headquarters for the United States Forest Service and houses human resources, budget and finance, acquisition management, civil rights, and computers and technology departments. The tenant’s lease is direct (not with GSA) and expires in 2021, but has a five-year renewal option. The building is Energy Star and LEED Silver certified.
Along with USFS I – Albuquerque, this facility serves as the national administrative headquarters for the United States Forest Service and houses human resources, budget and finance, acquisition management, civil rights, and computers and technology departments. The tenant’s lease is direct (not with GSA) and expires in 2026, but has a five-year renewal option. The building is Energy Star and LEED Silver certified.
VA – Baton Rouge, constructed in 2004, serves as a VA outpatient facility for Baton Rouge and the surrounding veteran population. This facility is one of two VA medical treatment facilities in Baton Rouge. Situated close to the largest private medical center in Louisiana, VA – Baton Rouge is 30,000-square feet in size and currently 100% leased to the VA.
Acquired in May 2018, the 56,753-square foot Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Facility in Golden, Colorado is leased to the VA for an initial 15-year lease, which expires in September 2026. VA – Golden houses holistic supply chain management for the VA National Hearing Aid and Telehealth Programs and supports VA and Government agencies with professional acquisition and logistical services. VA – Golden manages the distribution of critical commodities such as hearing aids, hearing aid accessories, cochlear implants, assistive devices, batteries, prosthetic socks, orthotic soft goods, aids for the visually impaired, and telehealth messaging hubs and peripherals. VA – Golden also houses the VA’s only hearing aid repair program by providing eligibility verification, problem diagnosis, hearing aid programming retrieval, cleaning, repairs, vendor management, and quality control.
VA – Loma Linda, one of the premier assets in the VA health system, is a rentable 327,614-square-foot state-of-the-art ambulatory care facility that provides a comprehensive solution for the outpatient needs of U.S. veterans. The VA’s second largest outpatient facility, VA – Loma Linda sits on a 37-acre site, two miles northeast of the federally owned Jerry L. Pettis Memorial VA Center, within a metropolitan area that includes the largest concentration of U.S. veterans in the country. This new LEED Silver built-to-suit construction, completed in 2016, is 100% leased to the U.S. Government through May 2036 for a total initial, non-cancelable lease term of 20 years.
VA – South Bend provides outpatient services, including primary medical care, mental health care, audiology, optometry, radiology, cardiology, pulmonology, podiatry, urology and gastrointestinal endoscopy to thousands of veterans located throughout several surrounding counties. VA – South Bend is a relocation of an older VA clinic in South Bend and is four times larger than the VA facility it replaces. This new, state-of-the-art facility is staffed with approximately 190 VA employees. The VA estimates this facility will see 12,000 patients in its first year of operation, 14,000 patients in its second year of operation, and 16,000 patients in its third year of operation. Following the trend of newer VA facilities, the property will be in close proximity to the St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, a recently constructed $350 million 254-bed facility.
VA – South Bend was completed in late 2017 and is 100% leased to the VA for an initial, non-cancelable term of 15 years. VA – South Bend is targeted to achieve LEED for Healthcare Silver certification.
Acquired in July 2018, the 90,085-square foot Department of Veterans Affairs (“VA”) San Jose Community-Based Outpatient Clinic (“VA – San Jose”) was completed in the first quarter of 2018. VA – San Jose, part of the VA Palo Alto Health Care System, is an outpatient clinic and state-of-the-art facility, leased to the VA for an initial, non-cancelable lease term of 20 years through February 2038. The brand new advanced facility consists of medical clinic and administrative space distributed over three floors. Services performed at VA – San Jose include primary care, mental health care, women’s health, audiology and speech pathology, podiatry, optometry and dermatology. The VA also promotes the use of group classes and instruction by incorporating state-of-the-art training and patient education spaces throughout the facility.
Various GSA – Buffalo, a 267,766-square foot multi-tenanted Class A office building completed in 2004, is primarily occupied by two federal agencies: the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). It also houses one of the National Labor Relations Board’s 26 regional offices. The U.S. Government leases 94% of the 100% leased building.
Various GSA – Chicago, a multi-tenanted office building fully renovated in 1999, is strategically located next to Chicago O’Hare International Airport and serves as the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Great Lakes Regional Office, which oversees operations in eight states. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) also maintains a presence within the facility. The 239,331-square foot building is 96% leased.
Various GSA – Portland, a Class A trophy multi-tenanted asset, was built in 2002 and is strategically located within Portland’s Central City Plan District along the MAX light rail system. The 225,057-square foot facility is occupied by tenants such as the USDA, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers (ACOE), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).
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