Definition of riverfront
: the land or area along a river
Examples of riverfront in a Sentence
We went for a walk down at the riverfront.
Recent Examples of riverfront from the Web
The state's highest court upheld a decision to have much of it — including the red-roofed boathouse, the riverfront pool, the paved patio — torn down.
The statue was placed at a riverfront park where the city holds a biennial Civil War reenactment.
A federal judge in a lawsuit brought by a supporter of the monument ordered the obelisk to be reinstalled in public view in 1993, this time at the foot of Iberville Street near the riverfront.
But everything else within the 97484 zip code, is for sale, including riverfront property, shops, six houses, timber, a future subdivision and the land underneath the post office, which was established here in 1902.
President Donald Trump's course about 25 miles outside Washington is exposed to the wind in part because Trump decided to cut down more than 450 trees to create scenic riverfront holes.
Commissioners voted to pay Hyatt Equities roughly $4 million to resolve a disagreement over pricey maintenance conducted on its Regency hotel located on the city’s riverfront property where the James L. Knight Center also stands.
On November 28th, 1799, newspapers reported 20,000 people, a big part of the population of Philadelphia at the time, crowded the riverfront to see the launch of the namesake USS Philadelphia.
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Definition of riverfront for English Language Learners
: the land that is next to a river
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