From left, Mark Senn of Blanchard & Calhoun  Commercial and Don Barnett, of Kroger, speak to the crowd as Hilton Head  mayor Drew Laughlin sits in a demolition excavator during a gathering  outside Shelter Cove Mall on Thursday to announce the start of work on  the mall's redevelopment. Senn said the interior demolition work has  begun on the mall, with exterior demolition to commence in mid-January.
From left, Mark Senn of Blanchard & Calhoun Commercial and Don Barnett, of Kroger, speak to the crowd as Hilton Head mayor Drew Laughlin sits in a demolition excavator during a gathering outside Shelter Cove Mall on Thursday to announce the start of work on the mall's redevelopment. Senn said the interior demolition work has begun on the mall, with exterior demolition to commence in mid-January. Jay Karr photo
From left, Mark Senn of Blanchard & Calhoun Commercial and Don Barnett, of Kroger, speak to the crowd as Hilton Head mayor Drew Laughlin sits in a demolition excavator during a gathering outside Shelter Cove Mall on Thursday to announce the start of work on the mall's redevelopment. Senn said the interior demolition work has begun on the mall, with exterior demolition to commence in mid-January. Jay Karr photo

PHOTO: Demolition begins at Shelter Cove Mall redevelopment site

December 20, 2012 09:08 PM

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