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waterfront

the area of a town or city alongside a body of water, such as a harbour or dockyard

Waterfront

Improved or unimproved land abutting on a body of water, such as a lake, harbor, or the like. There is a high degree of waterfront revival today that would not have been possible before.
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One of the key components of the Bateen Waterfront guidelines is the development of the waterfront promenade.
I suspect it should be an easy sell to get a developer onto the waterfront.
Ask yourself the following questions and then do the same with your entire staff: What type of waterfront do you have?
6) Walking along the waterfront of San Diego is an enjoyable pastime for tourists and residents alike.
This is the first of many initiatives for growing Waterfront Media's portfolio of products and brands globally.
Among large cities, biggest premiums for waterfront single-family homes found in Tampa, Honolulu and Long Beach.
New York City Economic Development Corporation (EDC) issued a Request for Expressions of Interest (RFEI) for the development and operation of the Atlantic Basin, a 17-acre, centrally-located, protected body of water in New York Harbor formed by Piers 10, 11 and 12 on the Red Hook waterfront.
Only a few years ago, any discussion of revitalizing Thunder Bay's waterfront development could spark a major argument at city hall.
WaterfrontExpo in Riga, from Sepember 27-29, will bring together hundreds of experts in waterfront design, construction and management and will feature global waterfront locations like Hong Kong, Mumbai and Athens.
THIS is the latest picture of what Liverpool's skyline will look like when major projects, such as Kings Waterfront Arena, start to take shape.
This looks great--a staff applicant with all the certifications to work at the pool and on the waterfront.