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.
Some of the protesters gathered at the AT&T station on the Broad Street Line around 5:45 p.
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.
based Weis Markets, which recently bowed a signature Market Street line of high-quality sliced deli meats that boast "artisanal quality at an affordable price.
Kitchenware industry leader Robinson Home Products -- home of well-known brands such as Oneida, Sunbeam, Rubbermaid and Crock Pot -- has tapped Sabic Innovative Plastics' eco-engineered Valox iQ resin for its new Green Street line of plastic kitchen utensils.
City transport bosses highlighted the importance of maintaining capacity on the Tamworth to New Street line during the development of the High Speed 2 link from Birmingham International to the city centre, which is set to run along a similar route.
The prices of Kate's new high street line are, frankly, staggering.
A glass screen shields the site from traffic noise and maintains the street line, as it does at Nouvel's Cartier Foundation on boulevard Raspail.
To avoid the mobs, ride the least crowded of the three lines, the California Street line, which runs from Market Street west to Van Ness Avenue.
Without that connection between east Queens and the end of the 63rd Street line, there would be no express train by which those Archer Avenue travelers could cross the borough or get to Manhattan--the main point of having the new routes in the first place.