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Central business district

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The main commercial area with concentrated office and retail stores located in an urban area.
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Dunne, recently represented Cappelli Enterprises in the investment of an interest in the residential Phase I of the City Center at White Plains, which was valued at $105 million or $338,710 per unit.
Petersburg returned to City Center for eight performances this spring, business was so bad at Lincoln Center that American Ballet Theatre was offering half-price tickets for some performances at the Metropolitan Opera House on its Web site, and New York City Ballet was offering discount coupons on its performance at the New York State Theater.
We are so excited to be the very first restaurant at City Center, and we look forward to continuing our policy of exceeding customers' expectations," said Zane Tankel, CEO of Apple-Metro.
Joseph, American Ballet Theatre could devote much of its fall season at City Center to programs of mixed bills celebrating twentieth-century American choreographers.
Greenpoint bank will switch its operations to a new location on the Mamaroneck Avenue side of the City Center project.
Both pieces would have been better in a workshop setting rather than under the scrutiny of audiences at City Center.
Cappelli, president of Cappelli Enterprises, said that the completion of the financing package is the most important step in the creation of City Center since the city gave the final go-ahead for the project.
But it's easy to see why Jaleos was a showstopper in its 1996 City Center premiere.
Oak Ridge City Center, LLC reports that it also received approval from the City of Oak Ridge for the issuance up to $5M of Industrial Revenue Bonds to assist in the redevelopment of the entire property.
When completed, City Center will cover a full square block.
In the two years before we opened at City Center, the programs would include Stravinsky's Renard, Haieff's Divertimento, Bizet's Symphony in C, Mozart's Symphonie Concertante, Rieti's The Triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne, (based upon a carnival song by Lorenzo de' Medici), and Stravinsky's Elegie and Orpheus.
Currently, as the borrower released four of the mortgages, the remaining loan is secured by one regional mall located in Ohio, known as Columbus City Center.

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