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Before you build up, you have to go down

Ben Mikesell | The Journal Gazette
Frank Kimmell and Dave Hunt of Martin Steel Erection stand above a hole in the construction site for the Skyline project on the city block between Wayne and Berry, Harrison and Webster streets. Demolition for the project began Monday. Officials from Ash Brokerage, developer Hanning & Bean and numerous city government entities held a groundbreaking Thursday to kick off work for the massive commercial, retail and residential project.

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