mixed use


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mixed use

The use of real property for more than one type of use,such as residential property and small offices in close proximity.The modern trend of land use is toward mixed use.

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Over the past year, councilors have approved a special permit for mixed use.
The library architecture that best supports mixed use is one that allows libraries to be partitioned easily into different logical or virtual libraries.
That same month the OCC also approved plans by PNC to build and own a $170 million mixed use building in downtown Pittsburgh that would include ground floor retail and restaurant space, five floors of hotel space for 158 rooms, and four floors of residential condominiums, which would be sold when completed.
But some local officials said they believe the plan includes too much mixed use and not enough of a university campus.
We see tremendous growth opportunities for WiFi in office building and mixed use real estate markets, as well as other sectors.
Shea Commerical has announced that its development operation will now be known as SAXA to reflect its expanded focus on diversified development offerings, including mixed use, industrial/flex, commercial subdivisions, investment properties, and mid-rise residential projects.
This mid-block site located on Dyckman Street, just off the Harlem River Drive, offer developers the opportunity to create a mixed use project on a high traffic location.
Birmingham City Council and Sterling Property Ventures (SPV) have entered into a joint venture partnership for the delivery of offices and complimentary mixed uses on the site of Ludgate Hill car park.
She said: "The LDP identified Felindre as a potential strategic future growth area for employment and residential mixed uses.
neighborhoods with mixed uses, alleys, and other New Urban traits have more crime than single-use neighborhoods without alleys.
Abandoned manufacturing facilities throughout the city including the Fulton Bag Mill, Beeline Printing Company, and Toby Sexton Tire Works have all been converted to new residential or mixed uses in recent years.
Roulac suggested that these cities are characterized by: a sense of place; beauty in the natural environment; a transportation system that does not rely on a car to survive; and a 24-hour city which has mixed uses, mixed activity, diversity, and which emphasizes entertainment and strong learning conducive to creativity.