расположенный в деловой части города;
в деловой части города; в деловом центре;
деловая часть города
- Back Downtown, to Canal Street, where I found Chinatown, with the second largest Chinese community in the West, 30,000.
- The Chandleresque tones on the promotional tape take up the tale: " downtown Cheltenham, gee, what a place."
- Karina and Anne, now two months pregnant, had left for downtown New York.
- "And all stations west of downtown Detroit," whispered Don Peters under his breath.
- All he wanted to do was bomb "downtown Baghdad".
- In the spring of 1940 John Avison and I rounded up a group of like-minded radio people with the object of renting a large house as far away as possible from downtown Vancouver.
- They were on a raised section of the Ring, the road that acted as the circumference of downtown, and all Jed could see was freeway, sky, and rows of swaying grey poles.
- And it is thanks only to the challengers - and their sponsor, Louis Vuitton - that there are street banners, scoreboards in downtown San Diego, a telephonist in the media centre and, indeed, television coverage of the event.
- A motorcade through downtown Moon Beach, a twenty-one-gun salute, a memorial service in the cathedral.
- It's that at the age of 34, fourteen years after first shambling on stage in downtown Chicago, having criss-crossed the stand-up circuit from coast to coast and guested on very hip chat show from David Letterman to Arsenio Hall, he should be bigger than he is.
- Whether exposing a bent cop in the system, comforting the widow of a colleague, or shooting it out with drug peddlers in downtown LA, he administered the covenant in Gun Law.
- These past days have been matchlessly hectic in downtown West Berlin.