The newly created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has found a home in the soon-to-be-abolished Office of Thrift Supervision headquarters.

Occupying the OTS office would put the CFPB just a block away from the White House. But Elizabeth Warren, the Obama administration official in charge of setting up the agency, is planning some redecorating before the move becomes official this summer. The changes are intended to make the space more consumer-friendly.

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