WASHINGTON, DC—The General Services Administration has identified 19 projects across the country in which it will work with federal agencies to consolidate their offices into federally owned space.

GSA says the initiative will save federal agencies $17 million in annual rent payments and reduce the federal footprint by 507,000 square feet. It will also reduce the government’s leasing costs by more than $38 million.

We will be taking a closer look at this project over the next day. In the meantime turn to the next page for a list of the projects.

Jacob K. Javits Federal Building & 201 Varick Street – NYC; 5,000,000 SF

George H. Fallon Federal Building – Baltimore, MD; 621,000 SF

Norfolk Federal Building – Norfolk, VA; 1,811,000 SF

Peachtree Summit – Atlanta, GA; 509,000 SF

Schiller Park – Vernon Hills, IL; 520,000 SF

Austin Federal Courthouse – Austin, TX; 14,416,000 SF

Wallace F. Bennett Federal Office Building – Salt Lake City, UT; 4,400,000 SF

Evo A. DeConcini Courthouse – Tucson, AZ; 3,804,000 SF

300 North Los Angeles – Los Angeles, CA; 5,000,000 SF

Guarantee Savings Building – Fresno, CA; 155,000 SF

Chet Holifield Federal Building – Laguna Niguel, CA; 674,000 SF

Ronald Dellums – Oakland, CA; 1,470,000 SF

Edward J. Schwartz FB & CH – San Diego, CA (U.S. Trustee; 2,733,000 SF and Federal Protective Service; 2,287,000 SF)

911 Federal Building – Portland, OR; 2,148,000 SF

Bank of America Fifth Ave & Jackson FB – Seattle, WA; 1,143,000 SF

Hubert H. Humphrey Building – Washington, DC; 6,740,000 SF

Mary E. Switzer Building, 330 C Street SW – Washington, DC; 10,384,000 SF

7980 Science Applications Court – Vienna, VA; 3,569,000 SF

Total $67,384,000