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Why FBI’s Departure from Pennsylvania Avenue Would Boost Region

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The demolition of the Hoover Building would create $28 million in additional tax revenue for Washington D.C. and provide much needed aesthetic relief for people who have to see the hulking building every day, the Washington Post wrote in an editorial today.

The move to another building also makes sense regionally, the Post argued. It would bring about 11,000 jobs – about half of which are scattered across various buildings in the District and Virginia – to one building.

“Consolidating them in a modern facility is important for an agency that has grown fast since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks,” the Post wrote. “Given the land requirements for a new headquarters — at least 40 acres — suburban sites with access to Metro are the logical place to look.”

 


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