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Frontage

The extent of land along a public highway, stream, or city lot; also, the extent of a building along a public street, road, or highway.
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frontage

The length of a lot line or a building site along a street or other public way, or along a body of water forming a boundary.
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Pointing out the rotten wood behind the huge signs that fell from the building, he said his shop sign had been added to the existing frontage of the building.
Frontage also provides turnkey product development services to generic, innovator and consumer health pharmaceutical companies to support IND, NDA, ANDA and 505(b) (2) submissions.
Frontage has acquired a 45% interest in BDM and now exclusively co-owns BDM along with China's Hangzhou Tigermed Consulting.
The new residential lot and retained lot will have frontage of 13.7 metres with an area of 520 square metres.
But now he wants to make extensive alterations to the pub's frontage, provoking objections from Huddersfield Civic Society.
Currently, a property with 50 feet of frontage is assessed less than a property with 100 feet of frontage, while the owner of a property that benefits directly from a street improvement project but has no frontage - a house on a cul-de-sac or a dead-end street, for instance - pays nothing.
"We'll be taking the exiting main-lane traffic and putting it on to the frontage road for about three-quarters a mile," he said.
FAS, LLC (FAS) owns a parcel on a large lake in the town of Bass Lake (Town) with 103 feet of lakeshore frontage. This measure of frontage includes the seven-foot-wide mouth of Johnson Creek, a navigable stream that flows across the property and into the lake.
Fire service spokesman Tim Gardner said: "The fire was confined to the canopy frontage of the buildings which meant there was no damage inside."
Glazing is confined to the street frontage, but light is also admitted through the delicately translucent polycarbonate skin (a modern take on traditional rice paper) that envelops the rest of the house.
Feedback the city has received indicates there is a good market for larger lots with more lake frontage (the average lot has about 150 feet of frontage and is about 1.5 acres in size).