Georgetown University Law Center is expanding its campus with the purchase of a 130,000-square-foot building near its Washington, D.C., location.

The university purchased the vacant property for $70 million, according to local news reports citing District of Columbia property records, and the school announced Tuesday that it will use the new space for classrooms, offices and other collaborative work areas. It’s directly south of the existing law campus, and the school’s centers and institutes will relocate to the new space, as will similar programs within Georgetown’s McCourt School of Public Policy and several other universitywide initiatives.

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