3 March 2000
At first sight, midtown Manhattan – the area immediately south, east and west of Central Park – and London’s West End – including Mayfair, St James’s, Soho, Victoria and the area north of Oxford Street – could not look more different with their sharply contrasting urban landscape and building characteristics. ...
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