Social security office expanding downtown

Fri, Jan 6, 2012


The Social Security Administration and Disability Adjudication and Review Office is moving into a new and larger space in the Plaza of the Rockies building downtown on the corner of Colorado Avenue and Tejon Street.

The General Services Administration, which manages federal government facilities, has contracted with Colarelli Construction for $650,000 in renovations to suite 401 in the north tower of the plaza building.

“They are relocating from existing office space located at the Plaza of the Rockies Building in the south tower,” GSA spokeswoman Sally Mayberry wrote in an email.

The GSA estimates the agencies will be able to move into the new offices, which are about 3,400-square-feet larger than the 14,200 square feet the GSA is currently leasing in the plaza building, in April.

Mayberry said the expansion will accommodate an already full office, but the agencies might hire one or two additional staff after the move.

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