Residents of collapsed Fairfax Co. condo face months of repairs (VA)

Residents in 32 units of an eight-story condominium building in the Alexandria portion of Fairfax County will likely remain out of their homes for several months after one wing of the building dropped and shifted several inches due to years of water damage.  Two adjacent buildings in the River Towers complex have similar water damage, but investigators do not believe it is as severe as the damage to 6631 Wakefield Drive     Read the article……………..


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