front onto

front onto

v.
To be facing something. Used especially of buildings: The living room windows front directly onto the street.
See also: front
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The scheme would reach up to four storeys and comprise three detached buildings with a landscaped courtyard and a fourth building containing a ground floor commercial unit which would front onto Bristol Road and enclose the site.
There is land behind Pumpfields Road which has not been built on, presenting a possible site for development, though the plans do point to buildings that front onto Leeds Street and Vauxhall Road.
Two of the retail units front onto the pedestrianised Fargate Street with six fronting the adjoining retail arcade of Chapel Walk.
A later phase would see two more towers built, of ten and 14 storeys respectively, which will front onto Well Lane and also contain a mix of retail, residential and office space.
Once the embroidery is complete, re-place the pattern front onto the fabric; retrace if necessary, and then cut out.
The council has already acquired Marland House and St David's House which both front onto the train and bus stations.
The severed lots are each 2,040 square metres, smaller than the 3,000 square metres required by zoning, and front onto Highway 5.
The properties front onto Bridle Road, close to Dunningsbridge Road, giving quick access to the M57 and M58.
The kitchen is open plan with a family room which has French doors to the rear and some to the front onto a terrace with views of the coast.
However, Wilkin is not one to find excuses and paid credit to Trinity's tenacity and game plan while trying to put a positive front onto his own team's demise.
The parish council is seeking the reduction because many homes in the village front onto the road, linking the A1(M) Blind Lane junction, at Chester-le-Street, with Washington.
The core of the new town centre will front onto the River Dargle incorporating shops, cinemas, bars, a hotel, restaurants, community facilities and public plazas.
To analyze a wafer surface, the nanotopography system projects a flat wave front onto the wafer.
Nearly all of the existing fabric on the site has been demolished, though the GBS Theatre and most rooms on that front onto Gower Street have been retained.
Phase three would see two more towers built, of ten and 14 storeys respectively, which will front onto Well Lane and also contain a mix of retail, residential and office space.