Central business district

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Central business district

(CBD)
The main commercial area with concentrated office and retail stores located in an urban area.
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City Centre Muscat's redevelopment added 10,000 sqm to the Sultanate's largest retail and family entertainment destination.
The planners for this area do now need to take an opportunity to link the waste ground area close to Central Six with the city centre.
Car users make up 41% of retail and entertainment revenue in Dublin city centre, the Red C report found.
To partake in a fun-filled evening, City Centre Ajman invited 20 children from the Human Appeal International--the humanitarian, non-governmental organisation that aims to improve the circumstances of communities in need--whilst City Centre Fujairah invited 20 children from Mawalif Society, the Emirati volunteer organisation which supports the underprivileged.
Cllr Robert Francis-Davies, Swansea council's cabinet member for enterprise, development and regeneration, said: "These figures make for encouraging reading because they show consumer confidence in Swansea city centre is gradually improving despite what continue to be difficult financial times for many people.
The Dubai-based retail, hospitality and leisure conglomerate announced plans to build City Centre Me aisem, a community-focused mall, in March this year.
3 million to revamp City Centre malls, the leading shopping and lifestyle destinations in Oman, with a focus on adding brand new family entertainment.
According to Sharaf, Muscat City Centre will soon feature the country's largest movie-going experience with a 10-screen VOX Cinemas, a popular cinema operator owned by Majid Al Futtaim Ventures.
Weekends at Fujairah City Centre in particular have witnessed positive growth, with a 15 per cent increase in traffic as a result of a greater number of tourists and the opening of VOX Cinemas.
Fordlands Road to South Bank Via Broadway and City Centre (Monday to Saturday)
Police made 3,500 stops during the three month operation, which was codenamed, 'Cracker', and aimed to prevent shoplifting in Newcastle city centre.
The research by regeneration agency Liverpool Vision also reveals that last year city centre properties lost 10% of their value leaving them costing an average pounds 144,000.