New Renderings Show Planned ICE Headquarters at St. Elizabeth's Campus

  • February 12th

by UrbanTurf Staff

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New images show what the new headquarters for Immigration Customs and Enforcement (ICE) could look like at DC's St. Elizabeth's campus. 

Last summer, federal officials announced nearly $300 million in funding for three new projects at the Department of Homeland Security headquarters at St. Elizabeths West. Among those projects are a new Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency headquarters, as well as the 570,000-square-foot Immigration and Customs Enforcement headquarters. 

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Now, as the design from OLIN and ZGF Architects for the ICE headquarters moves through the U.S. Commission for Fine Arts, new renderings show what the all-electric building will look like. More renderings below. 

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