What's to become of a campaign headquarters once the campaign ends? In the case of this Michigan Park building that used to be the command center for council member Vincent Orange's at-large campaign, it goes on the market...over two years later. Orange won his at-large seat on the D.C. Council on April 26th, 2011 in a special election. Since his term will last until 2017, he won't be needing a campaign headquarters any time soon. With 6+ off street parking spaces, this could be a lucrative spot for a small business or arts studio. However, this long narrow Jenga block of a building looks more like a partition on this 696 square foot lot, making it look more like a $299,000 volleyball net. How would you use this space? Leave your suggestions in the comments section and check out more photos after the jump.