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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The project will also include about 34,000 s/f of public outdoor esplanades around the Pier's nearly 900 ft.
The project, which provides notably for building esplanades at Tamariss I, Jack Beach, Dar Kouche and Oued Merzeg beaches, reflects the ongoing commitment of the Sovereign to supervise the process of upgrading the new urban areas of Greater Casablanca, by equipping them with modern infrastructure and facilities to meet the expectations of local populations.
Besides enhancing the attractiveness of Casablanca, the four esplanades (22.
Providing more parkland or public esplanades along the City's shoreline will generally benefit the public.
A public esplanade or pathway paralleling or leading to the shoreline will be required as a condition of development with respect to a site located in a medium- or high-density residential zone or a large-scale residential development site located in a low- or lower-density residential zone.
This esplanade runs along the Harlem River from 125th to 145th Streets and received a great deal of input both from Messinger's Task Force and the local community groups.
Messinger notes the waterfront park being developed by the Glick Organization, between East 36th and 38th Streets, is consistent with the planning goals of the East River Esplanade Study and is almost finished.