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Abandoned places in nova
Posted by: Person man ()
Date: August 10, 2019 08:59PM

Where are some of y'alls favorite abandoned buildings and places

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Re: Abandoned places in nova
Posted by: Yo yo yo ()
Date: August 10, 2019 09:06PM

Your dick.

Hasn’t been touched by another human in years.

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Re: Abandoned places in nova
Posted by: Dr. Feelgood? ()
Date: August 10, 2019 09:17PM

Yo yo yo Wrote:
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> Your dick.
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> Hasn’t been touched by another human in years.


How would you know?

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Re: Abandoned places in nova
Posted by: Yo yo yo ()
Date: August 10, 2019 09:35PM

Hey, sue me.

I like cock.

Dude was SOOOO protective of his Lil Jon!

All I'd have done was fellate him into my mouth.

WTF!

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Re: Abandoned places in nova
Posted by: Trollerer of Dim Wits ()
Date: August 10, 2019 10:18PM

A home for sale in the Brockmont section of Falls Church.....OH....WAIT..there's no such thing.........never mind.............

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Re: Abandoned places in nova
Posted by: commuter ()
Date: August 10, 2019 10:29PM

Person man Wrote:
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> Where are some of y'alls favorite abandoned
> buildings and places


You do realize with property values around here not much stays "abandoned" for long. The only places I can think of recently are buildings in Tysons that have been slated for demolition for new construction. When they tore down one building at the intersection of 123 and Anderson Road it was full of graffiti. The building on the other side of Anderson though had a security guard there until they tore it down.

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Re: Abandoned places in nova
Posted by: Big lol ()
Date: August 10, 2019 10:45PM

Dr. Feelgood? Wrote:
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> Yo yo yo Wrote:
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> > Your dick.
> >
> > Hasn’t been touched by another human in
> years.
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> How would you know?






Lolz! That queer put a foot in his mouth with that ignorant comment. Or should I say...dick in the mouth. Ha!

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Re: Abandoned places in nova
Posted by: City of Fairfax ()
Date: August 10, 2019 11:39PM

commuter Wrote:
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> Person man Wrote:
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> > Where are some of y'alls favorite abandoned
> > buildings and places
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>
> You do realize with property values around here
> not much stays "abandoned" for long. The only
> places I can think of recently are buildings in
> Tysons that have been slated for demolition for
> new construction. When they tore down one building
> at the intersection of 123 and Anderson Road it
> was full of graffiti. The building on the other
> side of Anderson though had a security guard there
> until they tore it down.

There are some commercial property owners that have a few vacant buildings and shopping centers down Fairfax Boulevard. They are holding out until the city is willing to rezone them for mixed use.

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Re: Abandoned places in nova
Posted by: Explorer ()
Date: August 11, 2019 04:40AM

As a pet of the Tysons redevelopment effort, there are a shot load of existing buildings cordoned off with flimsy construction fencing. The parking lots, parking decks and garages are filled with new car/truck/Tesla inventories for all the dealers on route 7.

We're talking about mostly any building on Westbranch between Jones Branch and Tysons Blvd. Not uncommon to hear klaxxons going off in any one of those buildings. My favorite one is on the corner of Jones Branch and Westbranch, right next to the soccer fields.

Enter by the loading dock or any one of the broken windows on the ground level. Watch for the real estate guy who comes in once a week. Yeah, lotsa tagging, but it sure is fun.

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Re: Abandoned places in nova
Posted by: JBFYC ()
Date: August 11, 2019 05:01AM

Drive around to various places in No. VA and find out for yourself. If you cannot do that, zone in onto various places on Google Maps. So dumb to share this info here so others can go out and steal materials from these vacant places.

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Re: Abandoned places in nova
Posted by: GRACE EPISCOPAL ()
Date: August 11, 2019 10:35AM

^^^Bob Malm

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Re: Abandoned places in nova
Posted by: Errr ()
Date: August 11, 2019 01:02PM

Make that “soon to be abandoned”


GRACE EPISCOPAL Wrote:
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> ^^^Bob Malm

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Re: Abandoned places in nova
Posted by: Haunting ()
Date: August 11, 2019 10:10PM

Could always spend a night in the manor on Laurel Hill. If you dare.

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