Prince George’s lands a big federal agency (no, it’s not the FBI)

The General Services Administration has inked a deal to consolidate part of the Department of Homeland Security into a new headquarters to be built by the Branch Avenue Metro station in Prince George’s County.

The $256.6 million, 15-year deal will shift about 3,700 employees with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services from five leased locations across the D.C. area into a new, 574,767-square-foot headquarters in One Town Center on One Capital Gateway Drive in Camp Springs, the GSA said in a news release. It is expected to save the federal government $21.4 million in annual lease savings and reduce CIS’s footprint by 128,000 square feet. Occupancy is expected to occur in 2020.

The General Services Administration has determined this site by the Branch Avenue Metro is the best location for a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services requirement.

The General Services Administration has determined this site by the Branch Avenue Metro…more

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