New Vienna Buildings Sometimes Dwarf Ramblers

Many people agree that the scores of new houses being built in the southern part of Vienna are more attractive than many of brick behemoths derisively labeled as McMansions that constitute much of the newer and larger houses being built in Northern Virginia. But some people are wondering if the new homes are driving up neighborhood property values and forcing out established residents with higher taxes. The story is in this week's Fairfax Extra.

By  |  August 4, 2006; 9:01 AM ET  | Category:  Development, Growth , Housing , Neighborhoods
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