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waterside

a. the area of land beside a body of water
b. (as modifier): waterside houses
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Behind the growth of the London waterside the docks of London spread out unsuspected, smooth, and placid, lost amongst the buildings like dark lagoons hidden in a thick forest.
This stretch of the Thames from London Bridge to the Albert Docks is to other watersides of river ports what a virgin forest would be to a garden.
Murdstone and Grinby's warehouse was at the waterside. It was down in Blackfriars.
This palace of brick and stone, these servants, this kitchen, these stables, horses and equipage, this bank-stock and file of mortgages; trade to all the world, country-house and cottage by the waterside, all for a little conversation, high, clear, and spiritual!
Matt Garrett, chairman of the council's planning committee, said: "The Belfast Waterside development will benefit both office workers and city residents and act as a catalyst for the regeneration of the wider Sirocco site.
Global Mutual acquired the Cardiff Waterside office estate from Aviva earlier this year.
Global Mutual is in detailed talks with Aviva over its Cardiff Waterside office estate in Cardiff Bay, in a sign of the city's growing attractiveness to institutional property investors.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 20, 2017-Lingerfelt CommonWealth Acquires Norfolk Waterside Marriott
Target: Norfolk Waterside Marriott in downtown Norfolk, Virginia
Waterside Laboratories has added to its expanding Sunactive lens portfolio, with additions including new high-index photochromies.
Waterside Cafe is a high-end restaurant that attracts a certain kind of wealthy patron.
Naples, FL, December 26, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Waterside Shops, the Gulf Coast's premiere shopping and dining destination, will host a 'Sip and Shop' Sunday Series now through the end of March 2015.