from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The side of a store or shop facing a street.
- n. A room or suite of rooms in a commercial building at street level: a political office in a storefront.
- adj. Of, relating to, or being that side of a store facing a street: storefront window boxes.
- adj. Operating in a room or suite of rooms in a commercial building at street level: a storefront lawyer.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. the side of a store (or other shop) which faces the street; usually contains display windows
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the front side of a store facing the street; usually contains display windows
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Of porcelain, too, he would have seen plenty, both in storefront displays and on his own dining room table.
Her small storefront is quite busy, as I have been told.
Georgia Soul blog has an actual single - Vicki Collins '"I'm Ready" - released by Soulville Records, the record label storefront behind Robert Kennedy in this 1968 photo of Martin Luther King's funeral procession we posted a few weeks ago.
A storefront from the early 1900’s, which had served as a drug store, soda fountain, and most recently a developers office, has been converted into a live/work space for a couple with and extensive art collection.
The scene at 787 Lexington Monday afternoon indicated that a spa may very well take the storefront, which is already adjacent to Fiber Hair Spa.
But Berg and his compatriots renamed the storefront "Trip without a Ticket," and they focused much of their energy on refining the interactions between themselves and "customers," developing a repertoire of life-acting techniques that would more consistently bring visitors 'deeply held assumptions about money and property to consciousness. 46
The apps storefront, which is run by the General Services Administration, includes an array of business applications, productivity software, services like storage and Web hosting and social applications.
In a much smaller, rudimentary way, Kris Waldherr Art and Words the storefront is my Red House.
Taped onto the storefront was a piece of paper with a picture of the homeless girl I knew.
Once derelict, the storefront was a drag on the whole five-story structure it anchored: a brick "classic" on a quiet block, said broker Barbara Stone of Marcus and Millichap, who marketed the property.