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Project 180 restructuring moves forward with restored projects, new budget

2013 is a crossroads for Project 180, which is reconstructing downtown streets, sidewalks and parks.

BY STEVE LACKMEYER Published: January 6, 2013
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As one of the owners of three of the largest office buildings along Park Place, Mark Beffort is hoping that lessons learned over the past three years of Project 180 construction might spare his tenants at least some of the pain experienced elsewhere during the downtown makeover.

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