SPRINGFIELD, VA—A map released by the General ServicesAdministration of the proposed Springfield site that isone of three finalists for the new FBIheadquarters does not include a land parcel owned byBoston Properties.


The GSA released the map during a series of recent forums theagency has been holding on the FBI's relocation. The map shows thatthe Springfield site now totals 58 acres, the smallest parcel amongthe three finalists for the coveted requirement, according to theWashington Business Journal.


However, the Springfield proposal is still above the 50-acresize that has been considered as a minimum for the requirement. TheBoston Properties land entailed most of the 25 acres that was partof a parcel pitched by Virginia officials last year as a possiblesite for the FBI headquarters.


Boston Properties can still compete for the FBI project as adeveloper to possibly build the new FBI headquarters. See story inthe Washington Business Journal.

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John Jordan

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