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Renovations to Edmonton tower will complete makeover of downtown corner
April 1, 2016
When renovations are done in December, WSP Place will complete a hat-trick of newly built or significantly upgraded properties on three corners of Jasper and 109 Street, in each case replacing buildings considered aging and less attractive.
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