This is an architectual rendering of what the Cornerstone Plaza interior mall will look like. It will be in the building that once was Roller King at 2000 W. Briggsmore Ave., Modesto. Photo Credit: L Street Architects
This is an architectual rendering of what the Cornerstone Plaza interior mall will look like. It will be in the building that once was Roller King at 2000 W. Briggsmore Ave., Modesto. Photo Credit: L Street Architects L Street Architects
This is an architectual rendering of what the Cornerstone Plaza interior mall will look like. It will be in the building that once was Roller King at 2000 W. Briggsmore Ave., Modesto. Photo Credit: L Street Architects L Street Architects

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