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Commerce

The practice of buying and selling goods and services, whether for use or investment. Commerce usually refers to buying and selling on a large scale; that is, the sale of one widget is a transaction, while the sale of all the widgets in a country is the commerce of widgets. See also: E-commerce.
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Based on USRT's Master Sublease, the agreement gives Intermedia access to these office properties, as well as those in other segments of the Grid, such as shopping malls and commercial strip center space.
For the Valley resident, the dense commercial strip is a path to somewhere, rather than a destination.
Included in the USRT Telecom Grid is more than 25 million square feet of office space, 205 million square feet of retail shopping malls, 4 million square feet of industrial space, 16 million square feet of commercial strip center space and 300,000 apartment units.
There, Starbucks needed a variance to locate in a two-block commercial strip that served the neighborhood - a place where neighbors booked their vacations at Trips Out Travel, and drank coffee at the 50-year-old Elmwood Fountain.
Among the projects were golf courses, casinos, hotels, commercial strip malls and residential housing developments.
Property that has all entitlements in place; income producing residential facilities, and commercial strip centers.
Somehow the commercial strip that includes a carpet store, a PIP printing outlet and boarded-up real-estate office seems a strange place for a hallowed institution.
The property lies on a commercial strip on the main road in the community.
Granite's growth plan calls for the company to aggressively acquire and develop three distinct types of properties throughout the United States: Property that has all entitlements in place, income-producing residential facilities, and commercial strip centers.

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