Esplanade


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Esplanade

A flat open space used as a walkway.

esplanade

A level open space for walking or driving, often providing a view.
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Motorists will not be allowed to park vehicles on Beach Esplanade during the same period between the junctions with Links Road and the Beach Boulevard.
The 845-meter slope protection, docking area, viewing decks, and metal railings of Esplanade 8 located on the right side of Iloilo River, from Muelle Loney Bridge to Drilon Bridge, is also currently being constructed.
The upgrade is the second phase of an overall North Seafront project that encompasses the whole Esplanade vicinity stretching from Medan Renong up to the clock tower.
"During a very moving worship service, a beautiful scene of blowing snow began outside," said Amy Moran, Christ Church Esplanade executive assistant.
The row of houses that comprise the Esplanade are also Grade II listed by Cadw, which suggests that they might have been designed by Alexander Roos, architect to Bute Estate, and built between 1856 and 1871.
Esplanade, which sees Archon undervalued and underperforming, blames the management and the board for having taken no effective action to unlock shareholder value.
Esplanade follows the successful completion of sister properties Leora Beach and Belle Crique on the same coast.
The boarded-up four-storey Esplanade Hotel occupies a key location where the Esplanade meets the Promenade at Whitley Bay.
THE Esplanade is a superb street of truly stylish homes.
SIR - I agree with Anthony Hontoir and other members of Porthcawl Civic Trust that the new Esplanade House or 'Bottlebank' is a monstrosity and it must be one of the ugliest buildings on any British sea front.
and Europe, and more than 80% attendance for the Huayi Chinese Festival of Arts, will the Year of the Monkey prove luckier for Singapore's new $350 million arts complex, Esplanade?