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"The long vacant former Howard Johnson Restaurant in Times Square is finally coming back to life in one of the city's richest retail deals ever. The Post has learned that American Eagle Outfitters is flying into the prominent spot on the northwest corner of Broadway and 46th Street. The Pittsburgh, Pa.-based American Eagle will occupy a huge, 26,500 foot, three-level glass box that includes another level of underground selling space." [NY Post]