Take a look at the latest drone video of the USC Village construction site, and you might think the project is complete (except for a few trees and some grass). There’s still work to be done — a lot of it indoors — but this month’s video is the best evidence ever that the ambitious, $700 million development will change how Trojans live and learn when it officially opens for retailers and residents in August.
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