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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Mount Union, $250,000 to provide assistance for rehabilitation of rental properties and building facades in the borough's central business district.
BULLETIN BOARD: CWLC) is pleased to announce that it has signed a strategic cooperative contract with Beijing Central Business District Telecom Corporation ("Beijing CBD").
On the first day of my return to South Africa following an eight-year absence, from the shadows of the monster-sized police station--it would dwarf London's New Scotland Yard--we drove through the declining Central Business District.
Despite the decline in national leasing activity, the overall average asking rent for central business districts reached $40.
Summary: ABU DHABI - Mubadala Development Co and Rosewood Hotels and Resorts has announced the signing of a management contract for a new business hotel on Sowwah Island, the core of Abu Dhabi's new Central Business District.
FROM left, cars lie under rubble in the central business district in Christchurch yesterday.
The purpose of this field trip was to see to what extent the Central Business District of Manama conforms to the 'core and frame' concept.
Hong Kong's central business district dropped to second place.
Summary: Muscat: The Central Business District in London will organise a three-day symposium today on 'Investment .
Institutional survey respondents rated central business district offices at 6.
I'm sure this will be a project that will enhance the central business district, and delight the entire greater Miami community," Bell added.

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