cityscape cityscape


  1. (n) a viewpoint toward a city or other heavily populated area
  2. (n) painting depicting a city or urban area


  1. Nice places grow faster

    I think by now most people understand that differences in population growth, and therefore economic growth, between regions are because of differences in amenities such as schools, parks, the cityscape and natural attractions. While the link between economic performance and local schools is self-evident, I am often asked to explain why having more and better local amenities matters to job ...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: South Bend Tribune

  2. Fitting In While Standing Out, Ford Designers and Chicago Architects Discuss Parallel Trends in Aesthetic Worlds

    Sleekly fashioned from steel and glass and carefully designed to accentuate their surroundings, today's buildings are judged on individual aesthetics as much as their ability to complement their cityscape.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: The Auto Channel

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  1. "Our success at Cityscape is a testament to our increasing economic interaction and government relations, which has grown leaps and bounds, and has helped us to foster great interest from this market," said Nair.
    on Oct 20, 2007 By: Dileep Nair Source: Al-Bawaba

  2. "Cityscape is the ideal place to meet real estate investment professionals with an international or global perspective, and to harness the increasing opportunities available in the emerging markets," said Henry Cisneros, Chairman, Cityview and...
    on Jul 1, 2008 By: Henry Cisneros Source: (subscription)

  3. "For my segment, I think the first Deadshot murder is quite good - there's a lot of eye candy within the cityscape. The artists added fireworks and balloons and a lot of interesting elements to what ultimately is a cold-blooded murder," Burnett...
    on May 1, 2008 By: Alan Burnett Source: Comic Book Resources

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