The NorthPark mall is undergoing a $200 million renovation plan that would see the mall's main entrance and retail section expanded, while a second mall will be added to the site.The $200-million project, which is in the early stages of construction, could cost up to $600 million.It will also include a $40 million renovation of the NorthPark Marketplace, which includes new food court, new movie th...
Danbury, California—For years, I have dreamed of the day when I can walk into the mall at my local mall, and walk into a mall that is not only an iconic piece of architecture but a place of inspiration for the city and country.
It has been a dream of mine for over 25 years.
The first mall I visited in the city of Danbury was the mall in Danbury’s West Covina that opened back in 1986.
When I first arrived, it was only a mall.
In the 1980s, the mall was just a storage area, and as the mall expanded, I walked through an entire parking lot, and then into a shopping center, and finally a large mall.
I was amazed at how the mall came alive.
As I got older, I realized that I could not have visited this mall without my parents, and they were also part of it.
They helped me to grow as a person and as a human being.
But what I always dreamed of was to walk into that mall, walk into its magnificent architecture, walk through the huge glass windows, walk inside the grand auditorium, and take in the sights, the smells, and the sights of this great city.
As an adult, I will not be able to walk in that mall any more.
For me, it is a dream that has been kept in the back of my mind ever since.
The mall is a symbol of the world that I am in and its importance in the world.
And the mall is my home.
I grew up in a small town in the American Southwest, where the world has been divided into one country, and we have lived in different cultures, and yet we all shared one thing: Danbury is the place to be.
I want to give back to Danbury.
I wanted to give the mall a new life.
And I want the mall to become my home again.
In 1986, a few years after my parents opened the mall, a mall called the Mall of Danies became part of our city.
We had been living there for the past four years when the mall opened.
It was the beginning of a brand new era in the life of our community.
This was the first mall in the entire state of California.
And as we all know, the world did not come into existence overnight.
People have spent centuries trying to create their own version of an idealized, utopian city.
People had built great cities and great towns and even some cities that we now call suburbs.
I had been told that this was going to be a place for me to be able feel comfortable and be able come and go as I please.
And that was a dream.
I knew I wanted that.
But it was not until I visited the mall and experienced the magic that the mall could bring to my city and my city’s future that I began to truly believe in my dream.
The people of the mall were so excited to see me.
I saw that they were eager to meet me and they wanted to see my mall.
And they were just so excited that they wanted it to be the place that I wanted it.
But as I walked into the building, I was surprised by what I saw.
The store was full of people.
There were people walking around the shopping area, some walking around in the parking lot.
There was a woman who was selling flowers and there was another woman who wanted to sell coffee.
The women were everywhere.
It felt like the world was coming into focus.
The sight of people, walking through the mall brought me back to the days of my childhood, when I was still playing with my family.
I remember playing with the dolls and the toys and my family’s toys, playing with them and then my mom would take me out and play with my dolls.
I would take the dolls back to my room and then I would sit on my bed and play.
The view was incredible.
It reminded me of how I was growing up, as a child, watching the world, when we would play outside.
But the sight of the people was different.
The world around us was beautiful.
There is something beautiful about walking through a store and seeing people and seeing their faces.
The light was bright.
There are people walking by me all the time, and I know they are happy to see us.
It is like I was walking through an imaginary world.
I felt as if I was there.
I realized I was in a place that was so special.
It took me a while to realize how special this place really was.
In this mall, I felt a sense of belonging, because the mall has always been my home and it is where I grew my roots.
In my own childhood, I always had the idea that I would one day go to this mall and I would have the experience of going there.
In fact, the day I left home