city block


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Noun1.city block - a rectangular area in a city surrounded by streets and usually containing several buildingscity block - a rectangular area in a city surrounded by streets and usually containing several buildings; "he lives in the next block"
area, country - a particular geographical region of indefinite boundary (usually serving some special purpose or distinguished by its people or culture or geography); "it was a mountainous area"; "Bible country"
Translations
kadunvälikortteli
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Butler, at his ship-yard near the drawbridge, upon what is called the City Block, thus making it unnecessary for him to seek employment for me.
Here was a great hole, perhaps two city blocks square, and with long files of garbage wagons creeping into it.
The Eighth Street Bridge, crossing an arm of San Antonio Estuary, was the length of three city blocks.
The 270,000 s/f, two-building complex is situated on a four-acre site--one entire city block in an R6 zone.
This history, which attests to the memorial's collective use even before its completion, goes unrecorded at the site, which consists of 2,711 rectangular concrete blocks of varying height set on an undulating surface and arranged in a grid, cut with narrow paths, over an entire city block.
the new property is on the same city block as the current office.
HFF announced today that it has secured $57 million in financing for One City Block, a newly built, 302-unit, Class A multi-housing community in downtown Denver.
Living City Block aims to change that dynamic by helping building owners band together to secure funding for sustainability initiatives, including renewable energy and water and wastewater management.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority owns nearly all five acres of the city block at Hollywood and Vine, which also includes a stop for the Red Line.
The transformation of a rather dull city block in Oslo's business quarter into a lively semi-public space surrounded by social events.
One of the last remaining crown jewels in Tribeca, 443-453 Greenwich Street, a two-building commercial office property totaling 217,549 s/f which occupies approximately three quarters of a city block, has just traded for $115 million.
The buildings occupy three-quarters of a city block between Vestry Street and Debrosses Street and house an impressive medieval courtyard with private driveway access from two sides.