The U.S. Marshals Service will relocate from the soon-to-close Dulski Federal Office Building to 77 Broadway later this year.
The federal General Services Administration has signed a lease with Uniland Development to house the marshals. The Broadway building is also home to the now-closed Erie County Auto Bureau.
The auto bureau space is separate from the area the Marshals Service is taking.
Amherst-based Uniland has been awarded the lion's share of leases as the federal government relocates its agencies to privately owned space, filling about 300,000 square feet of Class A office space with the government offices.
Uniland, in partnership with Buffalo-based Acquest Development, has nearly filled the just-built, eight-story Niagara Center, at 130 S. Elmwood Ave., with a roster of federal agencies that includes the Internal Revenue Service and Veterans Administration.