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Quay

A landing place or pier, usually of solid construction, where vessels berth to load or unload cargo.

Quay

A place where ships may dock in order to load and unload cargo. It is also called a wharf.
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Letting agents for Manor Quays are Weatherall Green & Smith and Lloyd Chartered Surveyors.
This will lead to a shortage for the Quays area, including that required to support the major attractions.
Now Quay Marinas, which runs the site, plans a development which includes a cafe/bar/restaurant and a new amenity block for boat owners.
Its workforce laid a specially designed steel mat over the existing quay for a customised crane to crawl over and work from.
Royal Quays Marina is part of the Quay Marinas group.
To support the existing commercial and leisure developments that already exist on the Gateshead Quays, Jury's Inn now occupies a new 203-bed hotel at 1 Millennium Quay which McAleer and Rushe completed in summer 2011 and which was forward sold to Aviva for pounds 18.
Commercial space has developed along the quays with Baltic Business Quarter attracting occupiers including Gateshead College and Open University and offers the opportunity for bespoke development for further occupiers.
The mix of houses and apartments at Quay Court has created a modern development with a community feel.
Fears were raised last night that North Shields Fish Quay will be turned into a "dormitory" if new homes continue to be built in the area.
204 Baltic Quays is for sale through Foster Maddison, with a guide price of pounds 235,000, tel: (0191) 222-1066.
Agent Knight Frank has seven apartments left at Blue Quays, from pounds 132,950, with a Live Free for a Year deal on one apartment.