BALTIMORE—The General Services Administrationhas begun its process to sell the 1.1-million-square-footMetro West facility here.

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The GSA is first offering the building located on two cityblocks to other federal agencies. Afterwards, the property thatsits on almost 11 acres, will then be made available to state andlocal government organizations, according to the Baltimore BusinessJournal.

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Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake hasformed an advisory committee, co-chaired by Rawlings-Blake andUniversity of Maryland Baltimore presidentDr. Jay Perman, to help determine the future useof Metro West.

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The Social Security Administration vacated the complex for newoffices on Wabash Avenue earlier this year and the downtownproperty has been vacant ever since. See story in theBaltimore Business Journal.

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John Jordan

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