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.
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.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/new_renderings_show_planned_ice_headquarters_at_st_elizabeths_campus/21959.
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