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    Renovation is underway at the Arcade Mall as perhaps Columbia's most unique building gets a face lift. The developers have to get sign offs from the department of archives and history on just about every aspect of the project.

Renovation is underway at the Arcade Mall as perhaps Columbia's most unique building gets a face lift. The developers have to get sign offs from the department of archives and history on just about every aspect of the project. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Renovation is underway at the Arcade Mall as perhaps Columbia's most unique building gets a face lift. The developers have to get sign offs from the department of archives and history on just about every aspect of the project. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

Renovating Main Street’s indoor, 105-year-old mall “a labor of love”

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