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November 8, 2007

Valdosta - Valdosta's only skyscraper hasn't even been built but we'll show you the view from the top.

Thanks to a helicopter, this is a panoramic view from what will soon be Twenty3Twenty's rooftop pool and amenity deck that will tower over 150 feet above the ground.

Once built, Twenty3Twenty will be the tallest building not only in Valdosta but the surrounding counties, also boasting the largest mixed use facility in the area.  "Twenty3Twenty is a mixed use facility. Its going to be about 400 thousand sq.ft of retail, class A offices and luxury condominiums on top of the building. Along with the amenity deck," say Mike Flynn, Twenty3Twenty Sales Director.

Construction has begun on the seven acre property on North Patterson Street and its slated to open in the next 15 to 18 months.

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