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Galleria

A long interior passageway lit by a continuous skylight and lined with retail stores; also called an arcade.
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Galleria Commons is within in the heart of the most concentrated retail submarket in the entire state of Nevada.
The Galleria Dining Week will showcase The Galleria Dining Collection, which represents a stable of chef and restaurateur led concepts.
And cementing its claim as Cebu's ultimate lifestyle and leisure gateway, the new Robinsons Galleria Cebu sets itself apart with a well-planned Traveller's Lounge, which provides efficient and convenient shuttle service to and from the Port of Cebu every half hour, giving the mall unmatched access to the rest of the Visayan region.
Ryan said The Galleria is integrated with the wider Al Maryah Island vision.
Ali Eid AlMheiri, Executive Director of MREI, said, "We are proud to be working with NBAD on the refinancing of The Galleria.
The Galleria is jointly owned by an affiliate of Simon and Institutional Mall Investors LLC (IMI).
In December, General Growth filed an injunction against Caruso Affiliated and developer Rick Caruso, who allegedly had obtained information including rent rolls, lease and sales data for Glendale Galleria tenants from a third party.
We are pleased to welcome CareerBuilders to the Galleria Corporate Centre," Jerome commented.
But her sculptures, which she calls "machines of enjoyment," have meaning only when they are put to use: thus a cannon that shoots confetti (Confetti Canyon, 2001), an air compressor that activates a whistle (Twistle, 2003), and an as-yet-unnamed project--a large tree made of soft felt that droops its branches when someone sits in its shadow--that will be on view this month in a solo show at Galleria Franco Noero in Turin.
Galleria North, perhaps better thought of as a cousin of America's traditional malls, is, however the culmination of many trends shaking up the retail industry.
5) These shortcomings are now remedied by the Mirabilia Italiae set just mentioned - three volumes of La Galleria delle Carte geografiche in Vaticano, edited by Lucio Gambi and Antonio Pinelli (1994).
Every fixture in The Galleria is unique, said Giffin.