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Columbus Circle’s 2005 redesign was the recipient of the 2006 American Society of Landscape Architects’ General Design Award of Honor.
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Endless stores in this building. Spend a day shopping then take the escorlators to the top floor and enjoy a great lunch or dinner over looking central park. Huge glass windows !!
Central park , Time warner building , not far from Lincoln ctr 66th st food shopping
Located in the heart of Manhattan at Columbus Circle (59th Street and Broadway), Time Warner Center is one of New York City’s most iconic destinations. A place to dine and shop.
The Shops at Columbus Circle, New York City's prime shopping and dining destination in the heart of Manhattan.
A great shopping mall with all the biggest brand names: Boss, Cole Haan, Diesel, J. Crew, H&M, MAC, Sephora, Ted Baker and many more
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