Forest City

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Mc Nair Field
... / 35.339213 -81.869807 McNair Field is a 2,000 -seat baseball stadium located in Forest City, North Carolina ... It was built in 2008 as the home of the Forest City Owls baseball team ... It is named for Robert McNair, a Forest City native and founder of the Houston Texans football team ...
Coastal Plain League - History - Past Champions - Petitt Cup Years
... winner West Division winner 2012 Columbia Fayetteville 2 games to 1 Edenton Forest City Year Pettit Cup Winner Runner-Up Series Result North Division winner South Division winner West Division winner 2011 ...
Mercantile National Bank Building - History - Adaptive Reuse
... Three different proposals fell through before Cleveland-based Forest City Enterprises was able to make the financial numbers work ... FCE announced a deal with the City of Dallas in June 2005 to receive US$60.5 million dollars from the city to redo the building ... Forest City Enterprises will receive US$5 million from the city to convert the neighboring Continental Building into 150 additional residential units ...
Forest City, Utah - History - Remnants
... Little is left of Forest City today ... The foundations of the smelter and of some houses are still visible ...
Mesa Del Sol - History
... as part of a public-private partnership strategy with the State of New Mexico, City of Albuquerque and University of New Mexico and has been planning stages since the 1980s ... In 2002, the New Mexico State Land Office selected Forest City as the developer of Mesa del Sol in an open bid process and the project broke ground in 2005 with ... Forest City Enterprises and Covington Capital Partners were the initial developers ...

Famous quotes containing the words city and/or forest:

    A city on th’ inconstant billows dancing;
    For so appears this fleet majestical.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    “I am as brown as brown can be,
    And my eyes as black as sloe;
    I am as brisk as brisk can be,
    And wild as forest doe.
    Unknown. The Brown Girl (l. 1–4)