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NEW YORK CITY-Just a few days after Barnes & Noble announced it would vacate the Lincoln Center-area store it has occupied at 1972 Broadway since 1995, Century 21 said it was moving in. The discount high-end department store, which has been a Downtown fixture for half a century, will open its second Manhattan location in the 61,000-square-foot space that B&N has slated for a January 2011 closing.


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