Examples of storefront in a Sentence
He rented a storefront on Main Street.
Recent Examples of storefront from the Web
Downtown Detroit's leading landlord, businessman Dan Gilbert's Bedrock real estate arm, actively recruits food operations as part of its mix of storefront businesses and office tenants.
Other options could include a system such as Nevada’s, where customers have to first register in-person at a casino or another betting storefront before being able to use mobile.
The fish retailer’s new storefront will be located at 1309/1313 Broadway and replace the former Living Space Furniture store.
In one block, Parham Chapel sits one storefront away from Cousin Danny’s Lounge.
The final amount the village ended up granting for the storefront help was $81,042, according to village finance director Mark Emanuelson.
Flame engulfed several residential buildings, leaving cars and storefronts burning, and miles of smoke.
There are long-empty storefronts throughout the city.
Solstice Partners plans to rebuild the shuttered businesses at the end of the Eastport Shopping Center into a mix of apartments and storefronts.
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Definition of storefront
- a storefront evangelist
- a storefront school
- storefront lawyers
- a storefront clinic
STOREFRONT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of storefront for English Language Learners
: the front side of a store
: a room or group of rooms in the front part of a store building
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