The Washington Business Journal recently published an article that reveals the U.S. Department of State’s plans for their portion of the Walter Reed Campus:
As work gets ready to begin for redevelopment on the east side of Walter Reed Army Medical Center, we are getting a look at what the U.S. Department of State has in mind for the west side.
A 33-acre parcel on the western portion of the former medical campus, which closed in 2011, has been dedicated to the State Department for the development of a Foreign Missions Center. It will be a chancery similar to the department’s International Chancery Center at Connecticut Avenue and Van Ness Street NW. The agency said it has outgrown that parcel and needs additional space in the District to house chanceries from some of the 190 countries that have foreign headquarters here.
Learn more by reading the rest of the article here.