Tysons Corner Comprehensive Plan Stymies Project
"'It's just that the new comprehensive plan - I don't feel good about it. It's outrageously expensive what they're asking to be done,' [vice president for development at AvalonBay Jonathan] Cox said.
County officials argue that private sector investment is needed to finance the rest of the $810 million price tag. They have discussed funding the road improvements but have not made a decision."