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plaza

1. an open space or square, esp in Spain or a Spanish-speaking country
2. Chiefly US and Canadian
a. a modern complex of shops, buildings, and parking areas
b. (capital when part of a name): Rockefeller Plaza

Plaza

An open square or market place having one or more levels, approached in various ways by avenues, streets, or stairs or a combination.

plaza

A public square that is usually centrally located, in Spain and in communities of Spanish heritage.
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But he said the proposed Golden Valley Ranch plaza also would help expand Canyon Country's job base and answer that area's demand for more retail.
The Doubletree Plaza Hotel Montreal is proud to feature the highly popular Sweet Dreams([R]) by Doubletree Sleep Experience in every guestroom - which features a specially designed plush-top mattress and box spring system, a luxurious linen package of a down-filled duvet wrapped in triple sheeting and a plentiful amount of pillows that ensures a great night's sleep.
I'm very excited about bringing CB Richard Ellis on board," said Arthur Emil of Harbor Plaza Associates.
Most recently, IHG signed an agreement to manage the Crowne Plaza Maruma Maracaibo Casino & Convention Center in Maracaibo, Venezuela which is scheduled to convert into a Crowne Plaza by late 2006.
Trump Plaza will be an incredible asset for downtown New Rochelle," Cappelli told the gathering.
While the 20-year-old plaza has not suffered a high vacancy rate, she said plans were under way to boost the center's image and make it a more pleasant place to shop.
Said Scott Rechler, Reckson's President and CEO, said, "We have very exciting plans for Reckson Plaza.
CARSEY-WERNER-MANDABACH Pepe Echegaray, Rajiv Dhawn Century Plaza Hotel, Suite 1928
This apparently has meant little to Ridley-Thomas, in whose 8th District the plaza is located.
Access to the store will be through the interior of the Plaza as well as through a newly constructed entrance off the front parking fields.
The 54-year-old Malibu resident has since dedicated himself to transforming the plaza into a performing arts mecca of sorts right here in the Conejo Valley - serving more than a million residents of Ventura County and the western San Fernando Valley who now have an alternative to driving more than one hour to attend a Los Angeles Music Center performance.