New Lots

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  • A year later, those trains were extended even further to New Lots Avenue. ...
  • Over the years, they were extended to New Lots Avenue every once in a while.
  • The town site includes two hundred sixteen square miles, and new lots are surveyed as required. ...
  • Because of efforts to reduce vehicles on campus, new lots and structures do not need to be built. ...
  • They also greatly expanded the Hamlet with many new lots being developed and sold in addition to the Lodge business. ...
  • He profited by his own former experience, and laid by every penny he could till he had saved enough to purchase new lots.
  • New lots in the Old Cemetery have not been laid out or sold since 1954. ...
  • This extension was a provision for the line to continue east on New Lots Avenue. ...
  • The upper level serves New Lots Avenue-bound trains while the lower level serves Manhattan-bound trains. ...
  • The upper level serves New Lots Avenue-bound trains while the lower level serves Manhattan-bound trains. ...
  • The column headed northeast until it reached what later became the village of New Lots when it headed directly north, toward the heights. ...
  • The lot swap program also allowed the company to manage construction schedules and defer construction of new lots. ...
  • New lots and structures are funded through parking permit sales and their construction paves over open spaces. ...
  • The theme of the game, with its new lots and music, is considered cajun or zydeco. ...
  • We met one gentleman who had bought one hundred thousand dollars' worth of the new lots, for which he admitted he could not get today more than twenty thousand dollars. ...
  • Over these years, the town of Essex approved new lots to be leased for the sake of cottage construction. ...
  • San Marco grew steadily through the 1930s, with new lots selling into the 1940s. ...
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