Recent Examples of waterfront from the Web
The building, a block from the waterfront, would be tallest in New Jersey.
There will be a kickoff reception at the Broadway Pavilion on the downtown waterfront, followed by two days of panels, speakers and workshops at Liberty Station.
Dining doesn’t get any more waterfront than at Kiki on the River, which literally is on the Miami River.
From the North Camden waterfront, the steel arc and granite anchorages of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge offer a majestic blue-and-gray display of 20th-century urban aspirations.
The Public Landing was a bare section of waterfront from Main to Broadway streets slanted down to the river.
In June, the City Council sought a compromise by proposing a smaller district, between Duke and Cameron streets from the waterfront to the King Street Metro station.
Just a few weeks earlier, a group of 15 slaves in Charleston had surprised the city by seizing a barge from the waterfront and rowing it to the Union fleet.
Vancouver is best seen via its waterfront, with gobsmacking views of sea, sky, and mountains.
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