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frontage

The length of a property line along a road,street,waterway,or important amenity such as a state park.

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Preserving Galkoff's frontage and displaying it at the Museum of Liverpool means future generations will be able to find out about this remarkable building.
The severed lands will have a frontage of 490 metres and an area of 18.
The proposed larger entrances are not necessary and the damage they will cause to the frontage is out of all proportion to any commercial advantage they may bring.
We are extremely pleased to welcome Len and Derek to Frontage," said Brett Tucker, Partner with Baird Capital Partners Asia, an investor in Frontage.
The court thus concluded that FAS's parcel was a single lot with sufficient lakeshore frontage under the zoning ordinances.
With a team that has years of experience working together in the pharmaceutical industry, Frontage is in a position to offer excellent value and quality execution for studies to be conducted by our new DMPK team," stated President and Chief Executive Officer, Song Li, Ph.
The severed lot will have a frontage on Bishopsgate Road with an area of 35.
WHEN IN ROME: The Grand Picture Theatre frontage in Manchester Road (TmcHUD080709theatre) CORRECTED: Losing finalists in the Walker Cup under-17s competition in 1957 were Lascelles Hall Cricket Club.
The combined resources of Frontage and ABR offer clients the following benefits:
Uniquely, on the main Rua de Bolama frontage, the new building ruptures the street line, offering long views through to an internal courtyard.
365 acres of the Partnership's property for use as a new frontage road.
In fact, every single product mix has frontage on the golf course.