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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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The commercial strip will be completed towards the end of the third quarter or early fourth quarter.
5 million square feet of industrial space, 20 million square feet of commercial strip center space and 330,000 apartment units.
Property that has all entitlements in place; income producing residential facilities, and commercial strip centers.
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.
Rosa-Tagaytay-Silang growth corridor - comprises of three commercial phases: Westborough Commercial Strips, Westborough Town Center, and the final phase, Westborough Park Square.
In 1997, some New Jersey local officials and state legislators, mostly from rural areas, tried to blame affordable housing, rather than proliferating luxury housing and commercial strips, for the loss of New Jersey's remaining open space.
The availability of commercial strips for the identification of C.
Communities are faced with a universal issue: highways, commercial strips, office and retail centers, and housing at various densities are replacing forest cover, riparian buffers, natural soils, and wildlife habitat.

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