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March 25th, 2007
State money, too — $70 million in bonds so far — is going toward USC's buildings. Richland County and the city of Columbia are paying more than $30 million for two parking garages.
Going up at the corner of Blossom and Assembly streets, in the Horizon Center complex, are two of the five buildings planned so far for Innovista.
The 125,000-square-foot academic building will house USC researchers in alternative fuels as well as in chemistry, engineering and nanotechnology. It will be home to NSF's fuel cell center.
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