For the community selected to host a new FBI headquarters, it would be the economic development win of a generation. That was certainly the case in 2014, when the General Services Administration chose three finalist sites — in Greenbelt, Landover and Springfield — to host the massive development, a replacement for the deteriorating J. Edgar Hoover Building in downtown D.C. And it’s still the case today. But virtually everything else has changed since the original solicitation was suddenly scuttled half a decade ago by the Trump administration.
After years of delays and political duels, an FBI headquarters relocation may finally be back in play
April 1, 2022