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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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There is also a part to play in positioning Liverpool among the global rankings of waterfront cities as an exciting place to do business.
There's no question that the waterfront properties are more desirable, especially by international buyers," said EWM President Ron Shuffield.
As per the new guidelines, the waterfront is to be connected physically and visually to the circulation routes of the city.
Barry Island is set to become a growth area in coming years and a road link from the Waterfront will be a vital part of its success.
Given Liverpool's maritime heritage, it's also timely that the eyes of the regeneration world will be looking to Mersey Waterfront as Liverpool takes centre-stage for European Capital of Culture year.
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.
For breakfast, avoid the nondescript fare and the astronomical prices at your hotel and head to a delightful locals hangout, Cafe 222, also near the waterfront at the corner of Island Avenue and Second Avenue.
Anyone who's spent time with hustlers knows these kinds of (probably tall) tales - part brag, part convoluted cry of pain, part flirtation - and the best thing about The Waterfront Journals is Wojnarowicz's precise, respectful recreations.
Changes in transportation and manufacturing and a transition to a service-oriented economy have left large sections of waterfront property vacant in most major cities.