residential development

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residential development

The preparation of land and infrastructure for dwelling places and may also include construction of the dwellings.

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20 Pine is among the premier residential developments in lower Manhattan.
The larger office will accommodate its growing team of advisers, which funded more than 15 residential developments across the region in the past 12 months.
Related International will partner with the best architects, designers and artists to create residential developments built for the way people live today - with functional living spaces and exceptional amenities.
Located on the west side of Fifth Avenue between 126th and 127th Streets, 2050 Fifth Avenue is just two blocks from the 125th street corridor and near several new residential developments.
Branded under the Company's "WiStream" label, these products are supported by GPSI's patented wireless infrastructure and are available to all residential developments, regardless of whether or not they include a golf component.
Market-watchers are re-thinking initial estimates of the potential price-tag insurance giant, MetLife, could hang on its Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village residential developments.
Upscale apartments that are soon to be completed will be one of the first multi-family residential developments in the district.
Over the past few years, this area has seen a steady transformation from low rise commercial and residential properties to high rise corporate headquarters and luxury residential developments.
The resolution allows for financing of multifamily residential developments, single-family residences, and group homes.
His topic is "Life Beyond the Manhattan Condo: New Residential Developments in New York.
The resolution allows the funds to finance loans for multifamily residential developments, single-family residences, and group homes.
Bond proceeds will be used to construct a new K-8 school, which will accommodate the recent residential developments.

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