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riv·er·walk

 (rĭv′ər-wôk′)
n.
A pathway or boardwalk constructed alongside a river.
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riverwalk

(ˈrɪvəˌwɔːk)
n
a paved walkway along the side of a river
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A boutique Everyman Cinema will open at the Milburngate development while a six-screen Odeon cinema is planned for Riverwalk.
Fashion speciality retailer Nordstrom Inc (NYSE: JWN) announced on Tuesday that plans to open a Nordstrom Rack at The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk in New Orleans, Louisiana, a development of The Howard Hughes Corporation.
4 December 2015 - US-based real estate development and investment firm InSite Group has acquired the 277-room Sheraton Tampa Riverwalk, the 391-room Coco Key Resort in Orlando, and the 157-room former Clarion Suites in New Orleans in a simultaneous transaction, the group said.
If plans get final approval, Wolfgang will be able to build in phases a new town road with ingress/egress from Riverwalk Dr.
The target market for the $70 million Riverwalk apartment-retail complex is professionals.
Toland and Campbell also worked together with borrower Riverwalk SG LLC to close on refinancing for the Riverwalk Apartments located in Conroe, Texas.
HolidayTripper and Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District have announced the launch of the 2012 Fin-Tastic Getaway Sweepstakes.
GenSpring, a wealth management subsidiary of SunTrust, has signed a lease for the entire Riverwalk Center in Jupiter, expanding its existing footprint at the building.
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Just as construction of the city's Riverwalk in the 1930s put many people to work, the San Antonio River Improvements Project (SARIP) is expected to create 10,000 permanent jobs and generate $1 billion in revenue annually when it is completed in 2013.
Caption: A 1900s conveyer bridge that carried cotton bales to a textile mill has been restored into a river-crossing footpath that will eventually link Nashua's growing Riverwalk system of pedestrian and bicycle trails with an old mill building that developer John Stabile plans to turn into 162 two-bedroom condominium units in a project known as Cotton Mill Square.
A corporate client is renovating the historic Aztec On The River Theatre close to the city's famous RiverWalk tourist district.
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