The U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office in York, Pennsylvania is a single-tenant, 16,660 square foot facility which is essential to the mission of Homeland Security, featuring new construction and a long-term federal government lease with no cancellation rights.
Built-to-suit according to the specific requirements of ICE with completion projected for August 2020, this facility is highly specialized, with unique components including CCTV, intrusion detection, a sally port, and detention areas. Designated as Facility Security Level III, ICE has invested significant funds in this location, with over $4 million in tenant improvements, equating to over $250 per square foot. This project was a comprehensive redevelopment and expansion of an existing building, and includes all-new roof, interiors, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. The improvements are situated on a 6.1 acre site, which can accommodate building expansion if required in the future.