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What Washington, D.C. would look like if height limits were changed

Graphics by the Washington Post

The federal Height of Buildings Act of 1910 has been the key to the unique skyline of Washington, D.C. for over a century. Now, the D.C. Office of Planning alongside the National Capital Planning Commission are considering altering the law.

The Washington Post made several interactive images exploring what the cityscape of the District of Columbia would look like if the height restrictions were altered in the future.

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