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Streetscape

A pictorial character of a scene made up of buildings grouped in combination with landscaping, and street furniture, paving, fences, benches, lampposts, mailboxes, utility poles, transit shelters, trash receptacles, street signs, and commercial signs.
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The proposals will promote a vibrant streetscape that is urban yet welcoming--that retains its historic connections but injects a fresh energy into Stapleton.
Providing services required for the development of a downtown master plan to include a streetscape project, demolition of two downtown buildings and development of a downtown park, green space and parking.
The selected firm must have considerable experience in downtown master planning, streetscape and park design and development, and a track record of successful projects for multiple clients.
These elegant streetscapes will be comparable to the most desirable neighborhoods in Greenwich Village or the Upper West Side," Mr.
The upscale retail stores and attractive storefronts of Trumbull Place will be a perfect complement to the vibrant retail and active streetscapes of Town Square.
The homes are designed to represent the traditional urban multi-level architecture commonly seen in upscale Manhattan streetscapes.
Judges praised the Streetscapes concessions mall for its variety of offerings and unique "tropical flair.
Located near the new University High School, University Oaks will offer many amenities such as a distinctive brick wall at the entrance, beautiful wooded setting with conservation areas, charming and peaceful streetscapes, private Homeowner's Association with protective covenants and restrictions to assure continuous community integrity.
Over the last 35 years, he has won wide acclaim for projects ranging from streetscapes and atriums to parks and large-scale master plans.
Kuhl and his firm have garnered wide acclaim for projects ranging from streetscapes and atriums to parks and large-scale master plans.
The exterior architecture is designed to suggest the traditional urban multi-level architecture commonly seen in upscale Manhattan streetscapes, with multipane windows and tailored brick facades.
With architectural descriptions, personal reminiscences by those who worked and shopped on the avenue, and vintage photographs of landmarked buildings, department store display windows, and streetscapes, the book will appeal to all who have a special place in their hearts for New York's most famous avenue.