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central business district (CBD)

Typically the downtown section of a city,generally containing the finance, real estate,insurance, and legal headquarters for the city.

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Cushman & Wakefield; William Friedland, Friedland Properties; Bob Shapiro, City Center Real Estate
Through our active management and targeted investment programme, City Center has maintained a leading position in the sector and I am positive that our long-term strategy and strong tenant relationships will ensure that City Center continues to thrive and maintain its strong competitive advantage in the years ahead.
Under the guidance of Baum, appointed its chairman after Morris retired, the theater soon had two resident companies: the City Center Drama Company, which struggled for a decade or so; and the City Center Opera Company, which later was renamed the New York City Opera.
I think that we haven't even come close to grabbing the customer mix that's out there,'' said Media City Center manager Kathy Roshay.
Chaumont said Media City Center decided to replace the run with the film series because the latter would provide mall retailers and restaurants with a longer period of exposure for the same cost.
An entire generation, she believes, has grown up in ignorance of City Center and of what it has meant to the arts in New York and in the United States.
Cappelli, whose company conceived and created the $350 million City Center mixed-use complex in downtown White Plains, said that those signing contracts for purchase of the condominiums include many "empty-nesters" who are selling large single-family homes to move into a luxury condominium.
Now City Center remains a vital 2,750-seat theater complex for resident and touring dance companies.
Futterman & Associates, LLC has been selected as exclusive retail leasing agent for City Center at White Plains in White Plains, N.