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THE COURIER/Photo by Mike DiBartolomeo
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Frank Fazio representing State Senator Joseph Addabbo; Peter De Lucia, Marketing Manager at the Shops at Atlas Park; Councilmember Elizabeth Crowley; Liza Diaz, Property Manager at the Shops at Atlas Park; Congressmember Grace Meng; Councilmember Mike Miller; Melva Miller representing BP Helen Marshall’s office; Frank Lucia, Sr. Property Manager for The Macerich Company.

On Tuesday, July 2, the Shops at Atlas Park officially opened the Center Green, a 10,000-square-foot area especially designed for events. The Center Green is the heart of the overall redesign planned by Macerich, which is bringing new retail power to the property with the new additions of Charlotte Russe, Forever 21 and Boom Zone.

“Summer on the Green,” the season-long events series, kicks off July 4. For a full list, visit www.shopsatatlaspark.com.

 

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