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waterfront

the area of a town or city alongside a body of water, such as a harbour or dockyard

Waterfront

Improved or unimproved land abutting on a body of water, such as a lake, harbor, or the like. There is a high degree of waterfront revival today that would not have been possible before.
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LWBP chair and chief executive of Liverpool Vision, Max Steinberg, welcomed the announcement, saying: "The cities selected to take part in the first UK Waterfront Symposium were chosen as they share a commonality, they each have ambition, a clear identity and shared experiences in the delivery of world-class cultural and place-making enlivenment in a waterfront setting.
Brickell's waterfront sales (all of which are condos) jumped 23 percent last year, along with a 12 percent jump for non-waterfront, downtown Miami actually saw 21 percent fewer sales in each category, likely a sign of decreased inventory, and a sign prices could be increasing, Butler said.
Primary pedestrian connections perpendicular to the waterfront and linking Bainunah Boulevard and the surrounding neighborhoods will be identified in the Bateen waterfront framework plan and preserved for public use.
We also welcome the development of cafes and restaurants on the Waterfront because that will bring more people to the area which will benefit all of us.
The development of the waterfront needs to be diverse because row after row of high-rises gets pretty boring.
The waterfront project price tag could go as high as $100 million spread out over several years.
Since most lifeguards are trained in pool environments, it is essential to train all of your staff in all the nuances you have with your waterfront program.
Waterfront Barry is a joint initiative formed by Associated British Ports (ABP) and the Welsh Development Agency who are undertaking a multi-million pound land regeneration programme on 77 hectares (190 acres) of land next to the Number One Dock.
2 -- 4 -- color) Among the features of the San Diego waterfront are, from top to bottom at left, the vintage sailing ship Star of India, which houses the Maritime Museum; eateries that perch on the water's edge, such as the San Diego Pier Cafe; and the Broadway Flying Horses, a 19th-century carousel at Seaport Village.
The Waterfront Journals, though relatively slight next to Close to the Knives, is nevertheless an uncompromised chunk of Wojnarowicz's vast talent.
The designers of a waterfront apartment building in Manhattan-The Regatta-capitalized on the desirability of river views by zigzagging the building so that the percentage of apartments with a view was greatly increased.
Waterfront Media Partners with Tesco Diets, the Leading Online Healthy Eating Site in UK