MSP Magazine: Southdale ready to fix itself

A press release has been issued, renderings have been released. This time, it’s more than talk: Southdale is finally ready for the Big Fix.
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A press release has been issued, renderings have been released. This time, it’s more than talk: Southdale is finally ready for the Big Fix.

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