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Ribbon Cutting at River Plaza in Marble Hill
 
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrión attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony at River Plaza, the largest retail development to open in the Bronx in more than a decade.  Developed on the former site of a vacant warehouse and other abandoned industrial buildings, the 235,000-square-foot retail center will create more than 1,000 jobs, and is anchored by a 35,000-square-foot Marshall's and a 130,000 square-foot Target store.  The privately financed, $90-million development is expected to generate $12 million in annual tax revenue for the City.    

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrión attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony at River Plaza, the largest retail development to open in the Bronx in more than a decade.  Developed on the former site of a vacant warehouse and other abandoned industrial buildings, the 235,000-square-foot retail center will create more than 1,000 jobs, and is anchored by a 35,000-square-foot Marshall's and a 130,000 square-foot Target store.  The privately financed, $90-million development is expected to generate $12 million in annual tax revenue for the City.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrión attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony at River Plaza, the largest retail development to open in the Bronx in more than a decade.  Developed on the former site of a vacant warehouse and other abandoned industrial buildings, the 235,000-square-foot retail center will create more than 1,000 jobs, and is anchored by a 35,000-square-foot Marshall's and a 130,000 square-foot Target store.  The privately financed, $90-million development is expected to generate $12 million in annual tax revenue for the City.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrión attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony at River Plaza, the largest retail development to open in the Bronx in more than a decade.  Developed on the former site of a vacant warehouse and other abandoned industrial buildings, the 235,000-square-foot retail center will create more than 1,000 jobs, and is anchored by a 35,000-square-foot Marshall's and a 130,000 square-foot Target store.  The privately financed, $90-million development is expected to generate $12 million in annual tax revenue for the City.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrión attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony at River Plaza, the largest retail development to open in the Bronx in more than a decade.  Developed on the former site of a vacant warehouse and other abandoned industrial buildings, the 235,000-square-foot retail center will create more than 1,000 jobs, and is anchored by a 35,000-square-foot Marshall's and a 130,000 square-foot Target store.  The privately financed, $90-million development is expected to generate $12 million in annual tax revenue for the City.

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