Biden Administration Taps Metro Official To Oversee Federal Real Estate Portfolio

The official who leads the real estate efforts for D.C.’s Metro system has been tapped to oversee the federal government’s nearly 400M SF real estate portfolio.
The General Services Administration announced Tuesday it named Nina Albert as the commissioner of its Public Buildings Service, the role that leads the agency’s real estate functions. 
Albert previously served as vice president of real estate and parking for WMATA, helping the transit agency launch development partnerships for its underutilized land next to Metro stations. This strategy has led to major developments at Metro stations including New Carrollton and Grosvenor-Strathmore in Maryland and West Falls Church in Virginia, with several more envisioned in the coming years. 
Before joining WMATA in 2016,…

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