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SAIC RedevelopmentSAIC sold its three-building complex in Tysons Corner to The Meridian Group over the summer. The new owners plan to redevelop the site to include 11 high-rises that will range from 200 feet to 435 feet. The latter will be the tallest building in the region once it is completed. (Courtesy Meridian Group)
SAIC Redevelopment
SAIC sold its three-building complex in Tysons Corner to The Meridian Group over the summer. The new owners plan to redevelop the site to include 11 high-rises that will range from 200 feet to 435 feet. The latter will be the tallest building in the region once it is completed.

(Courtesy Meridian Group)
Rosslyn Tower I and II, collectively known as the Rosslyn Twin Towers, are currently the tallest buildings in Northern Virginia. Both come in at 381 feet. The first tower houses 27 floors and the second has 26. (Getty ImagesThe Washington Post)
Rosslyn Tower I and II, collectively known as the Rosslyn Twin Towers, are currently the tallest buildings in Northern Virginia. Both come in at 381 feet. The first tower houses 27 floors and the second has 26.

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This Falls Church skyscraper built in 1988 is 364 feet tall and has 26 floors. (Courtesy Vornado Charles E. Smith)
This Falls Church skyscraper built in 1988 is 364 feet tall and has 26 floors.

(Courtesy Vornado Charles E. Smith)
The 338-foot building has 30 floors and was completed in 1985. (Courtesy Hilton Hotels Resorts)
The 338-foot building has 30 floors and was completed in 1985.

(Courtesy Hilton Hotels & Resorts)
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The Masonic building and memorial located in Alexandria is dedicated to the memory of President George Washington. It is 333 feet tall. Construction began in 1922. The building was dedicated in 1932. (Getty ImagesSaul Loeb)
The Masonic building and memorial located in Alexandria is dedicated to the memory of President George Washington. It is 333 feet tall. Construction began in 1922. The building was dedicated in 1932.

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North Bethesda MarketNorth Bethesda Market is 289 feet tall and has 24 floors above ground and five below. It is home to a variety of retail and food stores, including Starbucks, Whole Foods and Arhaus Furniture. (Courtesy The JBG Companies)
North Bethesda Market
North Bethesda Market is 289 feet tall and has 24 floors above ground and five below. It is home to a variety of retail and food stores, including Starbucks, Whole Foods and Arhaus Furniture.

(Courtesy The JBG Companies)
Development of this iconic building in Kensington started in 1971 and it was dedicated in 1974. It has six towers, three facing east and three facing west. It is 288 feet tall. (Getty Images)
Development of this iconic building in Kensington started in 1971 and it was dedicated in 1974. It has six towers, three facing east and three facing west. It is 288 feet tall.

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Built in 1986 in North Bethesda, this 266-foot building houses the heart of U.S. nuclear oversight. It has 18 floors. (FlickrNuclear Regulatory Commission)
Built in 1986 in North Bethesda, this 266-foot building houses the heart of U.S. nuclear oversight. It has 18 floors.

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Walter Reed National Military Medical Center provides care for service members and their families. It was established in 2011 as a result of the Base Realignment and Closure Act, which consolidated National Naval Medical Center and Walter Reed Army Medical Center. The building is 264 feet tall with 19 floors. (Getty Images)
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center provides care for service members and their families. It was established in 2011 as a result of the Base Realignment and Closure Act, which consolidated National Naval Medical Center and Walter Reed Army Medical Center. The building is 264 feet tall with 19 floors.

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Washington MonumentThe Washington Monument remains the tallest structure in the region. It stands at 555 feet and is currently undergoing repairs after the 2011 earthquake. (WTOP Stock Photo)
Washington Monument
The Washington Monument remains the tallest structure in the region. It stands at 555 feet and is currently undergoing repairs after the 2011 earthquake.

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The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception is the largest Catholic church in the United States. It is 329 feet tall at its tower and is located in Northeast D.C. (Getty Images)
The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception is the largest Catholic church in the United States. It is 329 feet tall at its tower and is located in Northeast D.C.

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The Old Post Office building will soon house real estate mogul Donald Trumps latest creation. For now, it remains one of the most iconic building in downtown D.C. It is 315 feet tall and 12 floors high. (Getty Images)
The Old Post Office building will soon house real estate mogul Donald Trump's latest creation. For now, it remains one of the most iconic building in downtown D.C. It is 315 feet tall and 12 floors high.

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The National Cathedral is also undergoing repairs following the 2011 earthquake. It is 301 feet tall with seven floors. (WTOPAlicia Lozano)
The National Cathedral is also undergoing repairs following the 2011 earthquake. It is 301 feet tall with seven floors.

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The Capitol building was constructed in 1793. It is the focal point by which the quadrants of D.C. were divided when the city was first built. The building is 289 feet tall and has three floors.(WTOP Stock Photo)
The Capitol building was constructed in 1793. It is the focal point by which the quadrants of D.C. were divided when the city was first built. The building is 289 feet tall and has three floors.

(WTOP Stock Photo)
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