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frontage

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Buildings
frontagefront‧age /ˈfrʌntɪdʒ/ noun [uncountable]  TBBthe part of a building or piece of land that is along a road, river etc
Examples from the Corpus
frontageThe vast restaurant area allows us a complicated exit choice of at least fifty yards of glass door frontage.Duvall crept nearer to the glass frontage.Much more interesting are the larger complexes which occupy the vacant land immediately behind the main frontages.Yet he is more fortunate than most landowners, because he owns frontage on the Guadalupe River, which is still running.Davis regained his lease to the river frontage, but this was quickly seized by the sheriff for non-payment of debt.Within minutes the crowd had dispersed, leaving the frontage of the Theater an der Wien unlit and deserted.You pull up on the frontage road and park.
From Longman Business Dictionaryfrontagefront‧age /ˈfrʌntɪdʒ/ noun [uncountable]PROPERTY the part of a building or piece of land that is along a road, river etcThe London office is in a prime location with an attractive river frontage.
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