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On 9/8/2016 at 9:41 PM, idroveazamboni said:

Pictures taken from top of Mason Temple 

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Thank you for the pictures. I love this picture of Old Town. It has to be one of my...if not my most...favorite places in all of the Washington metro. The King Street Metro Station is very visible in this photo. I also like the fact that this picture also scans across the Potomac. You can even see National Harbor, the Wilson Bridge (I-495) and the big tent of the visiting Cirque Du Soleil over in Maryland. 

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The Applicant, MRP Realty, proposes to redevelop the portion of Block 23 south of the service road with a twophased multi-family residential high-rise building – to be known as 2121 Eisenhower Avenue. Each phase consists of two L-shaped towers conjoined by a common six level podium. The Applicant will construct the eastern tower and podium portion as Phase #1 and the remaining portions as part of Phase #2. The entire project will deliver 788 units –364 units in Phase #1 and 424 units in Phase #2. Both buildings, as proposed, will be 250 feet tall, with approximately ½ of an acre of activated open-space at the terrace level of the 6-story garage podium.

https://media.alexandriava.gov/docs-archives/planning/info/eisenhowereast-carlyle/block23.staffreport.pdf

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