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
Along the Merrimack, nearly three dozen riverfront towns are debating how to stem the flow of needles.
The group is hanging bags of shells from docks of riverfront homeowners who agree to help, and checking to see whether any free-floating baby oysters, called spat, attach themselves to the shells and begin growing.
Coslet would be re-signed and played eight games in his rookie season, the start of an eight-year playing career on the riverfront.
The fireworks begin around 9:15 p.m. The barge will be anchored off Concord Point, and organizers expect visitors will be able to see the show all along the city's riverfront.
Even with the new riverfront station, 23 other railroad lines serving the metro area still blew steam outside the mansard-roofed Union Depot.
RadioShack built the riverfront complex as its new corporate headquarters in 2005 and quickly sold it to investors and leased back space.
Progress has been slow along the riverfront, but the change is unmistakable.
The 391-unit building will sit on a 1.25-acre parcel of riverfront land that G&G purchased in 2014 for $125 million — the most ever paid in South Florida for a lot of that size.
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: the land that is next to a river
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