The General Services Administration — which serves as the federal government’s real estate broker — has released a list of the more than 8,800 properties it owns or leases nationwide.
As colleague Jonathan O’Connell reports in today’s Capital Business section, “The list includes office buildings, warehouses, laboratories, child care centers, post offices, courthouses, docks, parts of airports and other properties.”
But most of the properties are actually “over-utilized,” according to O’Connell, meaning they’re more than 95 percent occupied. Several potentially “under-utilized” properties are in the Washington region. For more, click here.