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Three crude-by-rail terminals planned for the Aberdeen-Hoquiam waterfront in coastal Grays Harbor County, for example, were effectively stopped in the last two years by local opposition and legal challenges.
In 1999, Alex Roberts (who cut his culinary chops at New York’s Gramercy Tavern and Bouley) returned to his hometown to open Alma in a sleepy neighborhood that lines the Mississippi River waterfront.
That constant threat of erosion often leads to expensive beach nourishment projects, and in some cases to people abandoning waterfront homes.
The club surveyed thousands of fans to ensure that no stone was left unturned and as a result, 11 key points have been produced ahead of the move to Liverpool's waterfront.
Stay at the waterfront Hiramatsu Hotel & Resorts Kashikojima, one of four new hotels run by Japanese star chef Hiroyuki Hiramatsu.
The West Palm property features 178 feet of waterfront, a guest home, an outdoor fireplace, two tented loggias, a 40-foot-long swimming pool and lawn.
An oil leak into the East China Sea could also have a serious effect on the waterfront's wildlife.
More On Puerto Rico, brokerage firm Douglas Elliman is getting ready to start marketing two side-by-side 413-acre waterfront parcels that recently had been appraised for $90 million each, according to Jessica Robertson, a realtor with the firm.
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