Developer buys land for project featuring what could be the DC-area’s tallest tower

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Feb.February 08, 2018 06:43 PM

Tysons Development, a partnership between Clemente Development and Saudi investors, bought the first plot of land in Tysons Corner, Virginia, to build a 2.8 million square-foot project with what would be the tallest tower in the Washington D.C. area. The group bought a 1.8-acre parcel at the Spring Hill Metro station for $26 million and is under contract to buy the adjacent 7.1-acre site, Bisnow reported. If the proposed View at Tysons project is approved, the plans call for a 48-story mixed-use tower, two rental apartment buildings and a performing arts center. [Bisnow]


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