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- n. A boundary or alignment, usually parallel to the property line, along which a building or structure must be placed. It usually establishes the maximum distance away from the property line that a building or structure may be placed.
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The firm in July 2010 closed a new $560 million fund focusing on sale-leasebacks and build-to suits, says Gordon Whiting , who manages the fund.
Microsoft and other companies' demands for tailor-made machines leave server makers with a dilemma: go after build-to- order market and accept lower profits, or lose customers and relevance.
That would also probably mean some other developers looking at it that potentially we could or we should develop it and in the case of non-strategic parcels, hopefully sign up some build-to- suits, build them and sell them over time.
Under the neighborhood's current zoning, the district does not have build-to or setback requirements, bulk density requirements or minimum height requirements - although the Capitol
AMY GOODMAN: Do you think Israel was wrong to build-to announce this and to build them at all?
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