Wednesday, October 22, 2008

FDIC Seeks Office Space in SoCal

by Calculated Risk on 10/22/2008 10:59:00 AM

From the LA Times: FDIC seeking office space in Southern California

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. plans soon to sign a major lease of office space in Orange County, probably in Irvine, where as many as 600 people would liquidate the assets of troubled banks and thrifts based in California and other Western states.

The agency needs 200,000 square feet of space and has looked at locations across Southern California, FDIC spokesman David Barr said.

"It's a temporary office -- three to five years is what we're looking at," Barr said Tuesday. "We hope to find the space within the next few weeks."
A little good news for office space - although not the best source for demand.