Land Acquisitions and Strategic Utilization (LASU)
The Knoxville VA medical Center is a 151-acre, 44 building campus that was vactaed as a result of the consilidation and relocation of the Central Iowa Health Care System to Des Moines, IA.
Building 1 is a 223,320 square foot building located on the 88-acre VA Butler Healthcare campus in Butler, Pennsylvania. It is one of the original buildings on the campus and was constructed in 1939.
The National Cemetery Administration (NCA) has eight vacant lodges in the mid-Atlantic region that are available for long–term outlease. All of the lodges are historic between 80 – 140 years old with many having ties to the Civil War era.
Land Acquisitions Strategic Utilization (LASU)
The Office of Land Acquisitions Strategic Utilization (LASU) was officially created within the Office of Real Property (ORP) in 2016 to focus on better aligning VA-owned real property to support the delivery of healthcare and services to our nations Veterans. LASU accomplishes real property alignment through Land Acquisitions, Disposals, Public Private Partnerships (via CHIP IN Act), Historic Reuse Program, and Real Estate Advisory Services.
- Reduce unused and underutilized space and efficiently right-size VA’s owned real property inventory by allowing for disposition and third-party reuse.
- Develop a new revenue stream to support the historic preservation of VA real property assets.
- Partner with non-federal entities to improve the efficiency of delivery of veteran healthcare facilities.
Announcing the completion of all planned Army Cemetery transfers: