curb level

curb level

1. The elevation of the street grade, 2, fixed by municipal authorities.
2. The elevation at the point of the street grade that is opposite the center of the wall nearest to, and facing, the street line.
3. The legally established level of the curb in front of a building, measured at midpoint of the line along the front.
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With the right investment at curb level, you can change the entire image of a property, especially when it has other assets such as fabulous views or a great location," says Marshall Findley, a managing director at the Blackstone Group.
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