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Rosslyn’s RCA building to be razed, replaced with 407-unit tower

The building will also feature 13,000 square feet of ground-floor retail

The RCA Building.
Photo via Google Street View

In Rosslyn, Virginia, the RCA building has stood in place for 47 years, and now the owner is planning on replacing it. Bisnow reported that the owner, Weissberg Investment Corp., filed plans to tear down the building. In its place, the proposal is for a 24-story tower with 407 multi-family units and roughly 13,000 square feet of ground-floor retail.

The residential units will be both apartments and condos, reported Washington Business Journal. There will also be three levels of underground parking.

The location is 1901 North Moore Street, approximately one block away from the nearest Metro station.

The architect behind the project is D.C.-based Hickok Cole Architects.

Plans Filed For 407-Unit Multifamily Project At Rosslyn's RCA Building [Bisnow]

Owner of Rosslyn's RCA building pitches residential tower in its place [Washington Business Journal]