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Multiple High-Rise Plan Includes Washington Area’s Tallest

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The proposed development in Tysons Corner, Virginia, would include an “iconic tower” taller than the Washington Monument; rendering courtesy of insidenova.com.

A development in the Washington, D.C., suburb of Tysons Corner, Virginia, would include several high-rise buildings, including a 48-story tower that, at 615 ft., would rise higher than the region’s current tallest structure, the Washington Monument, insidenova.com reports. The View at Tysons, a proposal by Clemente Development Co. Inc., would bring residential, office, retail and lodging to a 7.4-acre site near a Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) station. The mixed-use “iconic tower” would sit on a base that houses retail, and the tower itself would hold a “five-star” hotel and condo units promising “arresting” views. Other structures planned for the site include four high rises (heights estimated): 310.5- and 335.5-ft. towers with office and retail space; and 388.5- and 420-ft. buildings offering residential and retail space. Developers envision the project as the anchor for a new arts district.

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