core space

core space

In an office building, the common area space such as lobbies, restrooms, and corridors.

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According to the report, rents across Manama's main office submarkets have been relatively stable for the past 12 months, however in some submarkets such as Seef, rents for fitted shell and core space have crept up over the last three quarters from BD4.
We deliver certain core space by ourselves and for additional space we allow third-party developers to come and do it," he said.
To date, two penthouses have been sold with the remaining available units offering between 7,468 and 13,478 sq ft of shell and core space.
Morgan added: "Some landlords with large shell and core space are moving quickly to capitalise on demand by carrying out partial fit outs in a bid to take advantage of market conditions and lease space as smaller units.
HIVE's core space, which has a lot of TV screens, and computers, as well as editing facilities to edit videos or audio.
We selected Mavenir for their ability to solve and overcome IMS deployment challenges quickly, their proven know how and their solution portfolio in the converged IMS core space, as well as for their flexible application solution set (VoLTE and RCS-e).
In broad terms, top monthly rental rates for shell and core space touched 7 Omani Riyals (US$ 18.
Called the Albert Sherman Center, the nine-story facility will have wet research space, clean rooms, research core space and new education space for UMass Medical School.
Furthermore, debt financing will remain very strong in the core space from life companies and domestic banks and we expect the CMBS market to mount a slow comeback starting in 2012.
This demonstrates the difficulty in achieving a balance between perimeter and core space conditioning.
Of the total stock recorded this quarter, 444,670 sq m (71%) was fully-fitted space and 177,640 sq m (29%) was shell and core space.