DALLAS – The United States Environmental Protection Agency's Region 6 offices are relocating from Fountain Place to the 1.7 million-sf Renaissance Tower.
The U.S. General Services Administration and the U.S. EPA leased 229,000 sf within the Renaissance Tower at 1201 Elm St. in a 20-year agreement with the landlord, Binyan Realty LP. The EPA plans to move into the new space in early 2019.
The government agency currently leases 272,647 sf at Fountain Space, a 60-story, 1.2 million sf skyscraper at 1445 Ross Ave. The EPA has had its south central operations there since 1985.
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