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The neighbourhood of 24-storey apartment buildings needed some rejuvenation.
By adding a much needed modern design, the visual impact was uplifted.
Exterior sandblasted glass with truss motives create a market feel for the patrons.
The residents needed a modern variety store in the area, as the area is under-serviced.

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