AM I DOING THIS RIGHT?

In 2008, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to begin a 40-year plan to urbanize Tysons Corner

Tysons Corner, in many ways already the second city of the Washington metropolis (after Arlington), is poised to become much bigger…

…Height limits around Metro stops could allow [more] buildings up to 250 feet, which is lower than in Chicago but higher than in much of downtown Washington, where 160 feet is a typical maximum. - The Washington Post[35]

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