|To reasonably develop a riverfront, it is desirable to select a section that is highly available to people and to carry out development and maintenance intensively. In this study, we investigated ten study sites that were actively used after the development and examined the evaluation axes contributing to extraction of high need sections. In addition to the previous studies, “enough space for activity,” we obtained two evaluation axes, “good landscape/natural environment,” “high availability from social environment around the river.” Moreover, we performed a case study to materialize the evaluation axes. On studying seven waterfront areas, which were developed on one river, the evaluation index was found to correspond to that of the riverfront usage form. For example, areas for playing sports were located more than 1 km away from other parks, such that the functions of the sports ground do not conflict with those of the other parks.