The federal government has officially kicked off its search for a new headquarters for the Securities and Exchange Commission, which has been located in space near Union Station in Northeast D.C. for more than a decade.
The General Services Administration issued a presolicitation Monday seeking nearly 1.3 million square feet for the SEC as an alternative to the agency’s current space at 100 F St. NE, 600 Second St. NE and 700 Second St. NE. It’s too soon to say whether the agency will actually uproot, but the SEC sought $245 million in the federal government’s 2018 budget to support its relocation costs.
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