Definitions for Waterfrontˈwɔ tərˌfrʌnt, ˈwɒt ər-
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the area of a city (such as a harbor or dockyard) alongside a body of water
The land alongside a body of water
The dockland district of a town
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If you go into a hotel or restaurant, waterfront is a premium, we are on a ship, and we have a unique situation where we’re always waterfront.
We should be looking towards the examples of New York, London, Sydney...Barcelona as well, to see what can be done with our former industrial areas on the waterfront.
I think our influence on Brooklyn in general has been quite substantial, we were the first entity that started investing substantially back into these old buildings on the Brooklyn waterfront.
Remember the waterfront shack with the sign FRESH FISH SOLD HERE. Of course it's fresh, we're on the ocean. Of course it's for sale, we're not giving it away. Of course it's here, otherwise the sign would be someplace else. The final sign: FISH.
Teacher my arse. I'd be better off on the docks and the warehouses, lifting, hauling, cursing, eating hero sandwiches, drinking beer, chasing waterfront floozies. At least I'd be with my own kind, my own class of people, not getting above meself, acushla.
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