A recognizable part of the Rosslyn skyline is set for redevelopment.
The RCA building at 1901 N. Moore Street is in the very early stages of a redevelopment plan.
Though still a few years away, the building is expected to be torn down and replaced with a new residential tower.
Local architecture firm Hickok Cole is working with property owner Weissberg Corp. on an “iconic” initial design that will balance “elegance and cost,” we’re told.
A site plan application is expected to be filed by next spring.
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Arlington police are asking for the public’s help in locating a fugitive accused of a violent crime. Theodore Li, 35, is accused of stabbing someone multiple times with a knife…