WASHINGTON, DC—The General ServicesAdministration, after receiving lukewarm interest fromother building owners, decided to renew two agency leases at the1800 M St. NW building here.


The GSA has decided to renew the leases of the CivilianBoard of Contract Appeals and the Medicaid andCHIP Payment and Access Commission for another 10 years atthe building.


The GSA, in a notice posted Nov. 5 to FedBizOpps.gov, stated itreceived four responses, including one from its current landlord,to a call for expressions of interest from landlords issued in June2013. Of those, it rejected one that did not fit its requirements,and two others were found to have been more expensive whenfactoring in move and build-out costs, according to the WashingtonBusiness Journal.


The agencies lease a combined 56,354 square feet and the currentlease was set to expire on Jan. 31, 2015. See story in theWashington Business Journal.

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John Jordan

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