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Caption: L to R: Brian Strou, City Center Real Estate; Bob Shapiro, City Center Real Estate; Ron Novita, City Center Real Estate
Neven Grzeta, CEO of Qatar German Mall Management Company (a joint venture between Aamal and ECE), which manages City Center Doha, said: "City Center Doha succeeded in maintaining its leading market position as the preferred place for shopping in Qatar.
City Center was built in 1923 as the Mecca Temple for a neo-Masonic fraternal society, The Ancient and Accepted Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, familiarly called the Shriners.
Following City Center's popular Fall for Dance series and high-profile engagement of Sylvie Guillem, American Ballet Theatre defied marketing wisdom and presented three weeks of repertory there--to crowded and even sold-out houses.
New York Sports Clubs joins numerous other retailers and restaurateurs at City Center, a 1.1 million s/f retail, entertainment and residential complex located in the heart of downtown White Plains.
"We are very excited about the opening of yet another restaurant at City Center," said Bruce Berg, executive vice president of Cappelli Enterprises, the developer of City Center.
Dienstag initiated a collaborative Fall For Chelsea day to follow the City Center event.
The City Center Plaza identifier tower features a mounted clock at the top.
Representing the ballet world are Dance Theatre of Harlem in George Balanchine's Agon, American Ballet Theatre's Paloma Herrera and Jose Manuel Carreno in the Diane and Acteon pas de deux, the Boston Ballet in Jorma Elo's Plan to B, and Peter Boal dancing the solo Balanchine created for Paul Taylor in the 1959 Episodes--premiered, Shuler reminds us, on the City Center stage.
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.
Currently, City Center serves primarily as a rental theater, with three resident dance companies performing regular seasons: American Ballet Theatre, Alvin Alley American Dance Theater, and the Paul Taylor Dance Company.
The mixed-use City Center at White Plains project covers an entire block at the intersection of Main Street and Mamaroneck Avenue in downtown White Plains.
Both the management of the Spanish company and the presenter, New York's City Center, were deeply concerned about what impression the performance might project to a city in shock over the loss of more than 6,000 lives, the collapse of the World Trade Center's buildings, and the attack on the nation's military nerve center, the Pentagon.
"Trump Tower at City Center will offer the finest in luxury living within a downtown that has come alive with new activity and excitement.
LOVERS AND OUTCASTS EIFMAN BALLET CITY CENTER NEW YORK, NEW YORK MAY 11-20, 2001