ROSSLYN—Monday Properties won approval from Arlington County Board to tear down 1401 Wilson Blvd. and 1400 Key Blvd., in Rosslyn replacing them with a two-building project consisting of an 24-story office tower and 28-story residential tower that will have 274 apartment and a 44,409-square foot grocery store.

A little bit of history will also be lost in the redevelopment: the parking garage in which Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward met his source “Deep Throat”, during the Watergate scandal is also slated for tear down. Monday Properties will build a commemorative monument to mark the event.

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