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Central Place Receives Height Variance from the FAA

The JBG Companies, developers of the controversial Central Place complex in Rosslyn, have received approval from the FAA to build their proposed complex in Rosslyn. The structure's 387 feet will be reduced to 384! What a compromise....I'm disturbed at the prospect of building tall buildings near flight paths, McCarran in Las Vegas notwithstanding. It just isn't a terrific idea. I see no reason that extreme height is needed in Rosslyn. More density would be achieved, in my opinion, without it. Once the variance has been granted, others will surely follow. This just seems like a recipe for disaster. I'd rather keep Reagan National Airport as a viable option for travel.

The Washington Post

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