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Byline: JASON HARDIN
Marion Square might be the heart of downtown Charleston, but the recently refurbished park is bordered by some of the city's least popular buildings.
A group of private citizens, however, wants to change that.
The nearby Mazyck-Wraggborough neighborhood and the Committee to Save the City have collaborated on plans to create a blueprint for Marion Square's future.
The time is right, they say, noting that the L. Mendel Rivers federal building on Meeting Street and the old Charleston County library, both modernist designs disliked by many, are likely to be redeveloped in coming years.
Their plans include designs …