New York City -- Limelight Marketplace, an indoor mall in Manhattan, is getting a major -- and costly -- makeover. The shopping venue will re-launch in September as a three-story department store called Limelight. Renovation costs will total almost $4 million.
"We want to display Limelight as a 'fashion-forward' venue with sophisticated and modish aesthetics," said developer and owner Jack Menashe. "The restored architecture makes Limelight the distinctive spot that it is -- allowing for an exciting shopping experience.”