$1.15B project allows FDA to centralize

In the great chess game of managing the government's properties, the FDA is consolidating its previously scattered labs and offices to a former Navy site in White Oak, MD. The $1.15 billion project--which includes 14 new buildings totaling 3.1 million square feet of labs and offices--is also expected to become the anchor of a new biotech hub just outside the Capital Beltway. Report

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