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OAKLAND, CA-The U. S. Customs Service will join the National Park Service and the Social Security Administration in a historic downtown building here.

The agency has leased about 4,416 sf for a 10-year term at 1111 Jackson Street. The Federal General Services Administration, which inked the deal on behalf of the Customs Service, agreed to pay $46.67 sf annually for the first five years and $53.77 sf for the rest of the lease term.

The Customs Service will join the Park Service and the Social Security Administration that already have offices in the 140,000 sf historic building. The property is under renovation by Encinal Jackson, and entity formed by Oakland-based Encinal Industries.

An additional 16-story building is slated to start construction in September.

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