from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An intersection in New York City formed by the juncture of Broadway, Seventh Avenue, and 42nd Street in midtown Manhattan. Long noted as a center of the city's entertainment district, it is the site of annual New Year's Eve celebrations.
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- proper n. A wide intersection in New York City extending from 42nd to 47th Streets where Broadway and Seventh Avenue intersect in Manhattan.
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- n. the area of Manhattan around the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue; heart of the New York theater district; site of annual celebration of New Year's
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In Times Square, which is on the as-yet unaffected West Side of midtown, some electric signs were turned off in an effort to conserve power.
On to Times Square, which is described as a "jewel" of the city.
Number one, Times Square, which is at the south end of the bow tie, and number two, Times Square, which is at the northern of the bow tie.
"I feel we have done really well, better than most people thought we would," Mr. Storch said in an interview at the company's Times Square store, where children lined up early one day to ride the store's Ferris wheel.
"What's driving this market is not the financial tenants, it's really technology, media and entertainment," says Mitchell Konsker , of Jones Lang LaSalle , who is marketing 11 Times Square, which has one of the largest available blocks of office space in the city.
The ball is assembled in the basement of the Times Square building from which it drops, by a crew of about a dozen people including engineers and computer technicians.
Police let the club's owner off with a warning, but reminded the shovelers that Times Square is now a family destination.
The fast-growing HQ was informally laid out along roads named Fleet Street, Ludgate Circus, Times Square, and Broadway to reflect the Anglo-American spirit of the enterprise, with a lavish array of thatched messes, clubhouses, and living quarters situated along the banks of a river.
But marketing information on the building points out: "This top-performing Times Square hotel market has a limited supply of luxury hotel rooms."
At Morgan Stanley, the regulatory embeds work about a two-minute walk from the firm's headquarters near Times Square.