Business Journal: FBI Wants More Office Space
The often tight-lipped FBI has confirmed some closely-held information – it’s looking for more space in Sacramento.
Monday, October 1, 2007
A massive office complex in the Sacramento region tops the most-wanted list by the FBI. The federal law-enforcement agency is looking for a new 148,000-square-foot complex to consolidate its operations. The U.S. General Services Administration, which acts as a real estate broker for federal agencies, has collected submissions from local developers to build in select areas of Sacramento, Placer and Sutter counties. The FBI would benefit with a state-of-the-art building on a 7- to 10-acre campus. The FBI wants the campus close to a freeway, but far enough away from bridges, overpasses, power grids and railroad tracks. Of course, the FBI is saying little about the plan, including the number of agents in the region and the offices that would close.