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West Boulevard has been historically home to a mixed population of Hungarians, Czechs, and Germans, and in recent years, it has also been home to a growing Hispanic community. As of 2019, the neighborhood had an estimated foreign-born population of 18.5%, with most being immigrants from Latin America (especially El Salvador and Mexico) and Vietnam.

Notable neighborhood attractions include the St. Ignatius of Antioch Catholic Church, completed in 1903, and Ray’s MTB Indoor Park, the world’s first multi-terrain indoor bike park.
The principal portion of the neighborhood was incorporated into Cleveland in 1902 as part of Linndale. One year later, Cleveland annexed the majority of the land as what is now known as the West Boulevard neighborhood.West Boulevard is a neighborhood on the West Side of Cleveland, Ohio. It borders the suburbs of Brooklyn and Linndale to the south, Interstate 90 and the neighborhoods of Cudell and Detroit–Shoreway to the north, Stockyards to the east, and Jefferson to the west. Its name is derived “from the West Blvd. thoroughfare which runs north-south through the district’s center.”

One of the most famous boulevards in Poland is the street named Wały Chrobrego (former German name: Hakenterrasse) in Szczecin, where the final events of The Tall Ships’ Races took place in 2007 and 2013. This is a street complex, about 100 years old, at the river bank of Oder with some connections to the harbour in Szczecin and the Baltic Sea. There are many tourist attractions e.g. National Museum in Szczecin, the Contemporary Theater (Teatr Współczesny), Statue of Hercules fighting the Centaur and the waterfront for ships, including harbour cruise ships and hydrofoil to Świnoujście. In the area there are more historic buildings situated, for instance The Ducal Castle.
In the Dominican Republic, more specifically in Greater Santo Domingo there is the Winston Churchill and 27 de Febrero Boulevard in Downtown Santo Domingo and Las Americas Boulevard in Santo Domingo Este.The Paseo de la Reforma was designed in the 1860s during the Second Mexican Empire by the Austrian military officer and engineer Ferdinand von Rosenzweig on the orders of Maximilian I of Mexico. He wanted to connect his imperial residence, Chapultepec Castle, to the Palacio Nacional in the city’s center. When it was inaugurated, it was named the Paseo de la Emperatriz (The Empress’s Promenade), after his consort, Empress Carlota of Mexico. The name now commemorates the liberal reforms of 19th-century president Benito Juárez.

In many places in the United States, municipalities and developers have adapted the term to refer to arterial roads, not necessarily boulevards in the traditional sense. In California, many so-called “boulevards” extend into the mountains as narrow, winding road segments only two lanes in width. However, boulevards can be any divided highway with at-grade intersections to local streets. They are commonly abbreviated Blvd.
In the 1920s it was considered one of the most cosmopolitan places in Europe, being not only an elegant residential area but also a major centre of nightlife and leisure. Ku’damm retained this air throughout the Cold War becoming the hub of free West-Berlin. It is still the city’s most frequented shopping district.Munich is well known for its four royal avenues constructed by the Bavarian monarchs of the 19th century, which can also be classified as boulevards: Brienner Straße, Leopoldstraße, Maximilianstraße, and Prinzregentenstraße.

The historically most famous boulevard in Berlin and arguably in all of Germany is Unter den Linden: location of the Berlin State Opera, Berlin Cathedral, the former royal palace, Humboldt University, the Neue Wache state memorial, the Germany Historical Museum housed in the old arsenal and Brandenburg Gate being the boulevard’s focal point. Most famed for its classy shopping facilities is Berlin’s Kurfürstendamm.

Nineteenth-century parkways, such as Brooklyn’s Ocean Parkway, were often built in the form of boulevards but do not use the word in their name. Likewise, the northern section of Broadway in Manhattan is designed as a boulevard.
The Ring Road (German: Ringstraße) is a circular ring road surrounding the Innere Stadt district of Vienna, Austria and is one of its main sights. Constructed in the mid-19th century after the dismantling of the city fortification walls, its architecture is typical of the eclectic, historicist style called Ringstraßenstil (Ring Road Style) of the 1860s to s.The Seafront National Park, colloquially known as Baku Boulevard was established in 1909 on the shore of the Bay of Baku. As of 2015, it spans for 16 kmç as it was expanded to the east with the White City Boulevard, a waterfront park of the Baku White City spans for 2,7 km.Ireland has relatively few boulevards, but O’Connell Street in Dublin is one of Europe’s widest streets and resembles a Victorian boulevard. In recent housing developments in Dublin, the boulevard is becoming more and more common in addresses (e.g. Tyrellstown Blvd, Park Blvd, Bayside Blvd), and a boulevard was opened in Gorey, County Wexford in early 2015.

Hungária Boulevard was built from 1980 to 2000 and it is the widest (70 meters, like Champs-Élysées) and longest (13 kilometers) boulevard in Budapest with six to ten traffic lanes and a rapid tram line. Although the construction of the boulevard was finished in 2000, the facade is still incomplete, as there are many empty parcels due to demolition of old apartments and factories.
Osmeña Boulevard is a boulevard in Cebu City, the Philippines’ second city. It is Cebu’s most important street and is its primary ceremonial avenue, the conventional route of the city’s civic and cultural parades. Measuring six to ten lanes wide with 3-5 meter-wide sidewalks on both sides and a landscaped central median, the boulevard is lined with narra trees. Midway is the park and roundabout of Fuente Osmeña.

Paseo de la Reforma (English: “Reform Promenade”) is a 12-kilometer-long boulevard in Mexico City, Mexico that runs in a straight line, cutting diagonally across the city. It runs from Chapultepec Park, then passes alongside the Torre Mayor (currently Latin America’s tallest building), continues through the fashionable Zona Rosa and then to the Zócalo by Juárez Avenue and Francisco I. Madero Street. One of the most famous monuments of the Paseo is El Ángel de la Independencia – a tall column with a gilded statue of a Winged Victory on its top and marble statues at its base depicting the heroes of the Mexican War of Independence.

Boulevards are representative places in cities situated near big rivers and usually parts of their centres, for example in Kraków, Warsaw, Toruń, Bydgoszcz, Gdańsk, Gorzów Wielkopolski, Wrocław and Świnoujście.

Owing to the lack of modern-era walled cities and the price of urban land, the UK has only a few boulevards. Glasgow’s Mosspark Boulevard, a wide road along Bellahouston Park with former segregated lanes for trams and cars, and Great Western Road, colloquially known as ‘The Boulevard’, north of the river Clyde, is a good example, a mostly dual carriageway road running to the outer suburbs passing through the fashionable West End district, with many shops and bars dotted along the route. The Almondvale Boulevard is a major road in Livingston, West Lothian.
This axe (Charbagh) has become the main backbone of the city and by having dominant buildings at the ends, guaranteed the development of the city linearly in this direction. Due to the temporal precedence of Iranian Charbags, over the boulevards of Paris, and the existence of accurate drawings of it by European tourists, some experts assume Iranian Charbags as the precursor of the contemporary boulevards formation. Tel Aviv, was originally designed along the guidelines set out by architect Sir Patrick Geddes. Geddes designed a green or garden ring of boulevards surrounding the central city, which still exists today and continues to characterize Tel Aviv. One of the most famous and busy streets in the city is Rothschild Boulevard. Known for its unique architectural beauty and history, it has also been called the “Lord of the ring roads”, and is inscribed by UNESCO as part of Vienna’s World Heritage Site.

Central Christchurch is surrounded and connected by a series of large boulevards (usually called “avenues” in New Zealand). These include four which surround the central city, Bealey Avenue, Fitzgerald Avenue, Deans Avenue, and Moorhouse Avenue, and also Riccarton Avenue, which traverses the large central city park, Hagley Park. The centre of the city is often described locally as being “within the Four Avenues”.Several Melbourne thoroughfares not named as a boulevard do in fact follow the boulevard configuration of multiple lanes and landscaping. These include St Kilda Road, Royal Parade, Victoria Parade, Flemington Road, and the outer section of Mount Alexander Road.Other boulevards in Metro Manila include the Shaw Boulevard, España Boulevard, Pedro Tuazon Boulevard and Quezon Boulevard. Not all boulevards in the Philippines have ornamentation, or slow lanes, like the Aurora Boulevard and E. Rodriguez Sr. Boulevard, which have no ornamentation at all.

Construction began on the Orewa Boulevard in March 2009, the works are expected to be complete by February 2010. This boulevard will be approximately 400 m long with Pohutukawa and palm lined footpaths, a wide cycleway will be constructed on the beach side of the road and carparks on the business side. The Orewa Boulevard is a project commissioned by the Rodney District Council with the vision of connecting the CBD to Orewa Beach.
According to an Iranian historian “In the Safavid period (about 400 years ago), in lieu of the beyaban (desert path), the concept of the kheyaban (street/Boulevard) has been formed, which either leads to the main square of the city or runs parallel to it. these streets has countless trees on its sides, and are called Chaharbagh or Chenarestan (a place where planes trees are) based on their geographical location”[ Habibi, 1995:93 ].The town of Warrington in Cheshire has a large number of boulevards, some more recent than others. Lining the Gemini Retail Park in Warrington is Europa Boulevard with the traditional tree-lined pavements and two-lane traffic. In Chapelford, a recent housing development built on the old Burtonwood Airbase site, are a number of boulevards such as Boston and Santa Rosa Boulevard, named in reference to the American history associated with World War II on the site. Street names of Saint Petersburg evolved differently: median greens of major avenues were called boulevards, but the avenues themselves typically were and still are called prospekts (i.e. Bolshoy Prospekt of Vasilievsky Island). The Hungarian capital Budapest is also known for its well planned street system with wide avenues and boulevards, running through the city. There are three main boulevards, named Little Boulevard, Grand Boulevard and Hungária Boulevard. Little Boulevard was built on the demolished medieval city walls of Pest in the late 19th century. Grand Boulevard, the most prominent, was built for the 1000th anniversary of the Hungarian conquest in 1896. It has a uniform facade, and the busiest tram line in Europe.In Lisbon, Avenida da Liberdade with extensive side gardens and Avenida da República. In Porto and Setúbal, Avenida dos Aliados and Avenida Luísa Todi have oval gardens in the center of the street, separating the two directions.

Perth has The Boulevard in its western suburbs, which is a tree-lined, predominantly single-lane dual carriageway road that runs through Wembley, Floreat, Wembley Downs and City Beach.
In the boulevard you can see several monuments and restaurants including Crepes & Waffles, Kokoriko, Subway, The Cheesecake Factory, and the historical hotel Hotel Park Way BoulevardMelbourne has at least four roads named “the Boulevard”. These are, generally, long roads with many curves which wind alongside the Yarra River (Yarra Scenic Drive) or Maribyrnong River. In addition, the spelling of boulevard with an extra ‘e’ is common, for example the Southlands Boulevarde shopping centre in southern Perth. Australia post officially abbreviates boulevard as “BVD”.There are also many boulevards by lakes and small rivers, mainly in harbours areas, as in Giżycko, and in urban parks, for example in Łobez, Piotrków Trybunalski, Poznań and the oldest Polish urban park in Kalisz founded in 1798. Boulevards and paths in Łazienki Park in Warsaw surround Palace on the Water. The medieval port crane, called Żuraw, over Motława river, the junction of two boulevards – Długie Pobrzeże and Rybackie Pobrzeże – is the symbol of the medieval harbour of Gdańsk. The Old Town Promenade (Promenada Staromiejska) in Wrocław was built on the former on the former defensive fortifications along the City Moat and a small section along the Oder river. The boulevard in Kasprowicz Park in Szczecin leads along Rusałka Lake from the City Hall area to The Summer Theater (Teatr Letni) and then to Różanka Rose Garden and the forest of Puszcza Wkrzańska. The scenic above ground promenade in Augustów enables the observation of the Augustów Canal and national roads 8 and 16.Avenida 9 de Julio in the heart of Buenos Aires, which is the capital city of Argentina, is as wide as seven lanes in each direction, with four further lanes flanking the main boulevard in parallel roads on either side.

The dictionary defines boulevard as a wide green strip in the middle of a city street or on the embankment. The historic Boulevard Ring in Moscow emerged on the site of the former White City walls (demolished in the 1760s and 1770s) before the Fire of 1812, starting with Tverskoy Boulevard in 1796. The whole ring was replanted and rebuilt after the fire, in the 1820s; together with the embankments of Moskva River the boulevards form the second centremost city ring.

In Iran, “Boulevard” is generally defined as a wide road surrounded by trees in sides and divided by a green space line including grass, trees or buxuses in the middle. There are many boulevards in Iran. One of the most famous Boulevard in Tehran, Keshavarz Boulevard,conclusively defines how Boulevards are designed in iran. From the Safavid era onward, with the growth of the city out of the old part of town road was also sorted out as an urban designing elements. During this period, wide and long streets such as Chaharbagh Street in Isfahan were built. Charbagh (which seems to be a concept originated in Persian gardens) is one of the symbolic elements in the history of Safavid urban planning, which has been one of the main elements of the development and improvement of cities in this era.
Phnom Penh has numerous boulevards scattered throughout the city. Norodom Boulevard, Monivong Boulevard, Sihanouk Boulevard, and Kampuchea Krom Boulevard are the most famous.Green boulevards of that period were terminated with corner hotel and shop buildings, most of them eventually demolished to make way for street traffic. Garden Ring, developed in the middle of the 19th century, had traditional median boulevards in its western part and side gardens in the east (streets with side strips of green, even those separating main traffic and frontage roads, are not usually considered boulevards). Some tourist towns and villages are known among others for their boulevards and esplanades. There are many localities situated by the sea, for example Sopot, Gdynia, Kołobrzeg, Misdroy and Świnoujście, or other types of big water areas as Trzebież lying on the Szczecin Lagoon. Feliks Nowowiejski Seaside Boulevard in Gdynia was the first stage of the Tour de Pologne in 2003. Boulevards are also representative places in Gryfino (district town in Poland) and German village Mescherin localized by both sides of the valley of Oder river protected with Lower Odra Valley Landscape Park. The Ringstraße is 5.2 kilometers (3.2 miles) long and has several sections. It surrounds the central area of Vienna on all sides, except for the northeast, where its place is taken by the Franz-Josephs-Kai, the street going along the Donaukanal (a branch of the Danube). Starting from the Ringturm at the northern end of the Franz-Josephs-Kai, the sections are:Barcelona has several impressive boulevards, notably Gran Via de les Corts Catalans / Avinguda de la Granvia and Avinguda Diagonal. The infamous pedestrian tourist promenade, Las Ramblas, might be described as such, although the vehicular lanes to the sides are relatively insignificant.

In Copenhagen, a Boulevard Ring, consisting of a North Boulevard (Danish: Nørre Boulevard) and a West Boulevard (Danish: Vestre Boulevard), emerged on the site of the city’s former Bastioned Fortification Ring in the second half of the 19th century. It lends its name to the underground Boulevard Line. The North Boulevard is now known as Nørre Voldgade and the West Boulevard was renamed H. C. Andersens Boulevard in honour of the writer Hans Christian Andersen in 1955. The first part of Vesterbrogade, then known as Vesterbro Passage, was also laid out as a boulevard. A South Boulevard (Danish: Sønder Boulevard) was established in the grounds of a defunct railway in the Vesterbro district in 1905. Other streets that incorporate ‘Boulevard’ in their names include Dalgas Boulevard in Frederiksberg and Strandboulevarden (The Beach Boulevard) in Østerbro. Another street that meets the criteria for being described as a boulevard is Frederiksberg Allé. A more recent example of a boulevard in Copenhagen is Ørestad Boulevard, the principal artery of the new Ørestad district.
In American usage, boulevards may be wide, multi-lane arterial thoroughfares, often divided with a central median, and perhaps with side-streets along each side designed as slow travel and parking lanes and for bicycle and pedestrian usage, often with above-average quality of landscaping and scenery.Birmingham, known as the UK’s Second City, has many dual-carriageway boulevards. Roads such as the A4040 (Outer Ring Road) and various other sections of dual-carriageway often have great amounts of trees, grass and scenery on both sides, as well as part of the wide central reservation.

Additionally, single-suburb boulevards are situated in Brighton-le-Sands, Cammeray, Cheltenham, Epping, Lidcombe, Lilyfield, Malabar, Newport, Sans Souci, Strathfield and Yagoona.
The Boulevard of the Stars [de] (Boulevard der Stars) was unveiled in 2010, with the first of 40 stars devoted to actors and filmmakers of the German-speaking film and TV industry. First to be honoured in the Boulevard was German-American actress Marlene Dietrich. In Bogotá, La Soledad Park Way Boulevard is a 1 kilometer important boulevard, in the Locality of Teusaquillo located in Bogotá’s City Center and it crosses from the street 35 to street 45. Florence’s historic centre, for example, is surrounded by the Viali di Circonvallazione, a series of six-lane streets; the boulevards follow the outline of the ancient walls of Florence, that were demolished since 1865 to make Florence, then the capital of Italy (for five years, 1865–1870), a modern and big city like the other European capitals. The Viali were inspired by the similar Parisian boulevards.Roxas Boulevard is a major boulevard in Metro Manila, Philippines. The boulevard, which runs along the shores of Manila Bay, is popular for its view of Manila’s famous sunsets and stretch of coconut trees. The boulevard is an eight-lane major arterial road designated as Radial Road 1 that connects the center of Manila with Pasay and Parañaque.

Nottingham, and to a lesser extent Leicester, also have extensive networks of boulevards, although some lower-capacity streets are named boulevards; these include Asquith Way/Boulevard in West Knighton and Hungarton Boulevard in Humberstone, both of which form part of Leicester’s outer ring road. Gilbert Boulevard in Arnold is an example of a low-capacity highway named a boulevard.
The first boulevard in Italy was constructed in Parma in 1759. Ennemond Alexandre Petitot (1727-1801) was a French-born architect, mainly active in the Duchy of Parma. He was recruited by the Prime Minister Guillaume du Tillot to become the architect of the recently installed Bourbon Dukes in Parma. He was the architect of the first Italian boulevard-promenade (1759-1763), based on the French promenades publiques, along what is now Stradone Martiri della Liberta (at the time, the name had changed from the Stradone Farnese to Stradone Borbone).Lake Shore Boulevard, a six-lane thoroughfare, runs along the lakefront in Toronto from Woodbine Avenue in the east to the city limits in the west. The section between Jameson Avenue and the Humber River (the original section), as an example of urban planning, was laid out to provide a pleasant drive with a view of Humber Bay on Lake Ontario and easy access to the park lands by automobile. It was later expanded for commuting.A notable boulevard in Berlin’s East is Karl-Marx-Allee, which was built primarily in the 1950s in Stalinist Classicism architecture with
decorative buildings. One section of the boulevard is more decorative while the other is more modern. In the center of the boulevard is the Strausberger Platz, which has buildings in wedding-cake style. The boulevard is divided into various blocks. Between 1949 and 1989, it was the main center of East Berlin. The Königsallee in Düsseldorf is known for its many famous fashion stores and showrooms.

The word boulevard is borrowed from French. In French, it originally meant the flat surface of a rampart, and later a promenade taking the place of a demolished fortification. It is a borrowing from the Dutch word bolwerk ‘bulwark’.
The Grands Boulevards of Paris were first built in the 17th and 18th centuries. They are: the boulevards Beaumarchais, des Filles-du-Calvaire, du Temple, Saint-Martin, Saint-Denis, de Bonne-Nouvelle, Poissonnière, Montmartre, des Italiens, des Capucines and the de la Madeleine.

The word bulvar is also used to describe other waterfront parks in the country, such as the Boyukshor boulevard, on the shore of the Lake Boyukshor, Sumqayit boulevard on the north-west shore of the Absheron peninsula, Ganja boulevard on the shore of the Ganja river, Mingachevir boulevard on the shore of the Kura river, etc.
After the Great Fire of London, London was planned to be rebuilt with straight boulevards, squares and plazas, as seen in mainland Europe, but due to land ownership issues these plans never came to fruition. Boulevards in London are rare. Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, is one of only a handful of examples where boulevards are a key feature. This is due to Milton Keynes being built as a modern new town in the 1960s.Theatre Alliance was incorporated as a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. The first production was “The Royal Family”, performed at the Reynolda House, followed by “Crimes of The Heart” at Wake Forest University. Other shows in the 1980s included “The Real Thing”, “House of Blue Leaves”, “The Crucible”, and “True West”. The Winston-Salem Theatre Alliance was founded by director Fred Gorelick in 1983. Gorelick, who taught advanced acting classes at the Little Theatre of Winston-Salem at the time, began producing “showcase” productions to show his students’ work to the public. His tireless energy and tenacity resulted in a permanent functioning theatre, the Winston Salem Theatre Alliance. The mission of the Winston-Salem Theatre Alliance is to inspire, transform and unite the people of the Triad through a broad range of unique, diverse, and unconventional theatrical experiences.The popularity of Theatre Alliance grew exponentially in the community in the 2000s, as the group performed at least 12 diverse mainstage shows annually, which reached multiple. Productions have included a wide variety of adult contemporary comedies and dramas, smaller-scale musicals and area premieres of emerging works with wide-ranging themes. Audiences have flocked to everything from recent award-winning plays (“Love! Valour! Compassion!”, “Take Me Out”) to campy comedies (“Sordid Lives”); from contemporary stage classics (“One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest”, “Hair”) to not-your-grandmother’s-musicals (“The Rocky Horror Show”, “Debbie Does Dallas: The Musical”).

In the 1990s, Michael Huie was appointed Artistic Director of the Theatre Alliance, and held that title until 2001. The seasons became more ambitious as well. Musicals like “Nunsense” and “Pump Boys and Dinettes” joined serious dramas (e.g., “Burn This”, “The Heidi Chronicles”, “The Children’s Hour”) and uproarious comedies (e.g., “The Complete Works of Shakespeare Abridged”)
Over the years, Theatre Alliance has produced shows in various venues, including the Reynolda House Museum of American Art, the Augsburg Community Center, Wake Forest University, and several years at SECCA. On the occasion of its 25th birthday in 2008, Theatre Alliance moved into a long-term rented “home” of its own in the West End of Winston-Salem, at the corner of Reynolda and Northwest Blvd, where it resided until 2021. The troupe continued to gain ground and in 2015, had to renovate from an 88-seat house to a 120-seat house at the Northwest Boulevard location, performing upward of 16-22 performances of one show to meet demand. During the pandemic of 2020/2021, Theatre Alliance continued outdoor performances behind the Northwest Boulevard location, as well as in the parking lot of its new performance space, acquired in 2019 with the “Homecoming” Capital Campaign and with the support of the Ihrie Family, as well as from multiple other donors from all walks of life and respected businesses to cement Theatre Alliance’s scope of a true community theatre. The new venue, at 650 W. Sixth Street in the downtown arts district, plans to open in spring of 2021, after two years of relocating two scene shops, a mainstage performance space, and a rehearsal room to the new location. Theatre Alliance hopes to continue entertaining its loyal fans and winning over new ones with some of the most interesting and vibrant theatre in the Triad.Eventually, one of the guest directors, Jamie Lawson, was asked to assume the responsibility of Artistic Director in 2001. For the first few years, Lawson relied on himself and guest directors to mount complete seasons of Theatre Alliance productions. Thereafter, Lawson assumed the responsibility of producing and directing all of Theatre Alliance’s shows. Jamie serves as current Artistic Director for Theatre Alliance and since 2001, has taken the theatre company to new heights and new spaces. Virtually overseeing every aspect of production, Jamie has carried the mission of the company to Triad audiences with his stylish vision. In addition, the troupe began doing “By the Book” staged readings during his leadership, which are staged for free, with donations accepted for other local nonprofits. Theatre Alliance often receives “Best of” kudos from local publications like Winston-Salem Journal, YES! Weekly, and Smitty’s Notes, thanks to a loyal and dedicated fan base.

Fred Gorelick’s departure from Winston-Salem in 1990 did not herald the end of the Theatre Alliance. The company continued to produce shows on an occasional basis, with volunteer directors taking the task of both directing and producing shows.CitraLand Utara Surabaya terletak di Surabaya Barat. Sebuah kawasan yang sangat potensial dan strategis, menjadi pusat keramaian serta aktifitas di Surabaya Barat.

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Northwest merupakan pengembangan terbaru dengan total masterplan 130 ha. Dengan konsep “Green Healty & Hi-Tech” sebuah kota masadepan yang dilengkapi dengan fasilitas antara lain : Family Club House, Komersial Area, Lake Lagoon.Northwest Boulevard adalah tahap kedua dari pengembangan kawasan Northwest CitraLand Surabaya. Miliki hunian di Northwest Boulevard, dapatkan rumah dengan design dan kualitas terbaik dengan lingkungan yang tenang dan nyaman. Rumah di Northwest Boulevard juga telah dilengkapi dengan teknologi smart living. Terdapat berbagai macam tipe yang bisa anda pilih sesuai dengan kebutuhan anda.
Former City Councilman Ben Wolfinger said the feathers are “symbols of the eagles and ospreys that have been nesting on our lake’s shore for hundreds of years,” and “will be a great reminder of and welcome to this natural paradise we call home.”The artists, David Govedare and Keith Powell, were one of 14 artist(s) who submitted qualifications for the Northwest Boulevard art. The Selection Committee, consisting of seven (7) voting members including arts professionals, artists, project architect, citizens, and a council member, narrowed the submissions to four finalists, whose proposals were presented for public viewing and comment from March 1st through March 12, 2001. The recommendation of the Selection Committee was approved by the Coeur d’Alene City Council on August 13, 2001, and the installation was completed on May 15, 2002.

Joe Smith is a N.E. Philly native transplanted to South Jersey more than 30 years ago, keeping an eye now on government in South Jersey. He is a former editor and current senior staff writer for The Daily Journal in Vineland, Courier-Post in Cherry Hill, and the Burlington County Times.

The future of the old confections manufacturing facility at 200 North West Boulevard is to host a replacement Vineland Fire Department headquarters and station. There is no announcement yet for when that process will start, Director Richard Franchetta said.Department headquarters now is at 110 N. Fourth Street, off Wood Street. Station 6, the city’s paid firefighter station, also uses the site and also will relocate. VINELAND — Piles of rubble and dirt are what’s left of the former Limpert Brothers Inc. factory after weeks of demolition efforts paid for by the city. The city hired Winzinger Inc. of Hainesport in June 2022 to do the demolition. The company said Wednesday that it expects to be finished by Thanksgiving.Other large-scale corporations in the Norwest Business Park include ResMed, AAMI Insurance, Fitness First gym, and one of the Reserve Bank of Australia’s data centres.The EIS for the construction of two underground railway stations for North West Rail was released in April 2012 with construction expected to start in 2014. Construction of the rail link commenced in 2014, with two railway stations being built in the Norwest Business Park area – Bella Vista Station and Norwest Station. The North West Rail Link was scheduled to open to the public in the first half of 2019, and opened on the 26th of May 2019.

In 1993, Cathay Pacific paid $5.2M for land in Norwest business park to establish a $260 million international data centre. This solidified the park as a serious business hub and represented 16 per cent of the first stage of Norwest Business Park development.
In late March 2007, the North West T-Way opened, providing relief to the traffic congested business park. The T-Way runs from Parramatta to Rouse Hill. The T-Way provides frequent bus services between Parramatta and Rouse Hill, promoting the use of public transport in and around Sydney. The route runs primarily along Old Windsor Road with several stops. Three T-way bus stations serve Norwest Business Park; Norbrik (near the corner of Old Windsor Road and Norbrik Drive), Meurants (near the corner of Old Windsor Road and Norwest Boulevard and Celebration (near the corner of Old Windsor Road and Celebration Drive). CDC NSW route T64 between Parramatta and Rouse Hill travels through the business park seven days a week. CDC NSW also operate route 618 from the Sydney central business district via Lane Cove and route 628 from Macquarie Park via the M2, Windsor Road through Norwest Boulevard to Lexington Drive. Busways operate Route T70 through Norwest Business Park, linking with Castle Hill and Blacktown.

Norwest also houses Australia’s largest law firm (by partner numbers), HWL Ebsworth, being the only national firm with a presence in Greater Western Sydney.2 shopping centres, hotels and serviced apartments, two service stations, gyms, alternative health services, medical centres, professional services, banks, child care centres, business hub post office, waterways and landscaped public open spaces are all located within the Business Park. Projected employment is 32,000 by 2031. The park is 172 hectares in area and currently has 800 businesses. Occupied space is currently 500,000m² with potential for a total of 1.7 million m².

The park was established in 1983, during the Sydney housing boom. Farms had previously occupied the area. The park grew with the expanding population of the area, and the first business to be constructed was the Baulkham Hills Coles supermarket, known as Norwest Markettown.

The Norwest Business Park is a business park in the suburbs of Norwest and Bella Vista in the local government area of The Hills Shire in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Norwest Business Park is bordered by Windsor Road to the east, and Old Windsor Road to the west, with Norwest Boulevard stretching the length of the park between the two main arterial roads. Over 400 companies are located in the park, employing more than 25,000 people. The complex consists of a mix of commercial, professional and health-care services provided to the population of Sydney’s Hills District.
The North West T-Way also runs from Blacktown to Rouse Hill, running along Sunnyholt Road before joining the Parramatta – Rouse Hill T-Way at Burns Road.Transport to the business park is possible by car, metro, bus or by cycling on the off-road Windsor Road or M7 cycleways. In May 2019 the Metro North West Line opened with a Bella Vista railway station servicing the western end of Norwest and Norwest railway station adjacent to Norwest Marketplace shopping centre and Hillsong Church. Before that, in late 2005, the Westlink M7 Motorway opened up with an exit at the western end of Norwest Boulevard; this gave the business park greater exposure for businesses in Southern and Western Sydney with motorway exits at the M5 at Prestons and the M4 at Eastern Creek respectively. The M2 Hills Motorway (which connects with the M7 near Old Windsor Road) also provides travel connections to the Sydney CBD and Sydney Airport. However the increase of traffic flow from the motorways brought traffic congestion. Norwest Boulevard, Windsor and Old Windsor Roads often suffer traffic jams during morning and afternoon peak times.