Marzulla Law Comments on Federal Government Suit to Condemn Office Space


The Federal Government recently filed an eminent domain proceeding in the District of Columbia to secure renewal of the Government’s lease of more than 176,000 feet of office space in downtown. The proceedings arose out of a dispute between the Government and the office building’s owner over extension of the existing lease, which was set to expire in mid-June. Less than a week after the Government filed the eminent domain suit, the Government and the owner reached an agreement to extend the lease.

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Nancie G. Marzulla
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