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BALTIMORE-The federal government and city officials have announced that the US General Services Administration has selected the JBG Companies to construct a 538,000-square-foot, $150 million office complex for the Social Security Administration.

JBG collaborates with Klein Enterprises to develop the facility on an 11-acre site at 6100 Wabash Avenue, which will feature a seven-story tower, a five-story tower, a daycare facility and a 1,076-vehicle parking lot. The construction is slated to start in 2011 and is expected to be completed in the beginning of 2014. For the full story, go to Office & Commercial Real Estate Magazine.


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