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Property Line

A set line denoting the extremities of a property. Property lines are set by a government or the original owner. An owner of property sometimes may subdivide and sell pieces, thereby creating new lines within his/her old property.
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property line

The boundary line between two properties.
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Since they took control on January 1st, the base of the Madison Avenue and 55th Street building has actually been expanded to the property line, creating a dramatic, two-story, glass-enclosed corner retail space, rising some 35 feet above the sidewalk.

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