Symbolizing the growth of Fairfax is this incongruous precast concrete high rise of twelve stories stuck in a two-story downtown. The only feature that identifies it as a government structure is the plaza. The building's tripartite composition of base, middle section, and top and its inclined, bronze-sashed windows are typical of its period.
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Fairfax County Massey Building
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