WASHINGTON, DC—Fannie Mae has reportedly focused its headquarters search to two sites downtown that would replace its Wisconsin Avenue headquarters, which it plans to sell.

The GSE is considering 555 12th St. NW near Metro Center that will be vacant when law firm Arnold & Porter relocates out of the building next fall. The other is a newly planned office building by Carr Properties for the property where The Washington Post currently operates. The Post plans to move to a Franklin Square building, 1301 K St. NW, in 2016 and Carr has been planning to redevelop the newspaper’s current property, according to the Washington Post.

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