street line

street line

1. A lot line dividing a lot or other area from a street.
2. A side boundary of a street, defined by the instrument creating that street as having a stated width.
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The house had a basement, about two feet below the street line, and a single story, about six feet above it, reached by a flight of steps.
The buildings are designed in naturally fitting to the existing built-up development, not deviating from the characteristic character of the town of Beneov (street line, height level of the development, etc.).
He was found guilty ofdemanding a bribe of Rs 500,000 to issue a street line certificate for a property belonging to a woman from Deraniyagala in 2001
PATH's other weekend line, Journal Square-33rd Street line via Hoboken is not impacted and will follow a regular weekend schedule.
Dumbarton East railway station is on Glasgow Queen Street line and is a five-minute walk.
Rail users have been warned to expect travel disruption until at least 10pm due to damaged wires on the Edinburgh Waverley - Glasgow Queen Street line.
The extension aims to connect riders coming from the lower end of the French Quarter and Marigny to the other late-night bus and streetcar lines that tie into the Canal Street line and connect to other parts of the city.
The State Street line of credit provides coverage for principal only.
Some of the protesters gathered at the AT&T station on the Broad Street Line around 5:45 p.m.
Now Marylebone is at the end of the Snow Hill, Moor Street line.
has expanded its Treat Street line of candy pooper dispensers to include the Pirate, Robot, Monster and Ninja Poopers.
These height factor zoning districts allow buildings to set back from the street line and have no height limits, which result in "tower-in-the-park" developments that starkly contrast with West Harlem's brownstones and mid-rise apartment buildings.