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Proposed Tysons tower will be taller than the Washington Monument, region’s highest

Expect residential, retail, hotel, and office space

Rendering via Clemente Development Co.

In Tysons Corner, Virginia, by the Spring Hill Metro stop, a developer has proposed a 2.8 million-square-foot mixed-use development that will feature a 615-foot-tall tower. With this height, it will be the tallest building in the D.C. region, 60 feet taller than the Washington Monument, as reported by Bisnow.

The developer, Clemente Development, has branded the $1.3 billion project as The View at Tysons. The tower, called Iconic Tower, will rise up 48 stories with 840,000 square feet of condos, 412,000 square feet of hotel space, and 44,000 square feet of retail. Bisnow further reported that there will also be an open-air shopping plaza.

The View at Tysons will also include two office buildings with ground-floor retail as well as two residential buildings with retail and an urban park.

DC Region's Tallest Building Proposed In Tysons [Bisnow]