Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To render dense.
- v. transitive To make dense.
- v. intransitive To become dense.
- dense + -ify (Wiktionary)
“This would be achieved through innovative planning and design that would "densify" residential areas to cater for diverse housing needs, Sisulu said.”
“A fluent interface lets me "densify" code into a smaller window of text, potentially making the code easier to read.”
“Giant square columns have been relatively well-concealed in the back of the library and could support several floors of new space if the city continues to go forward with intelligent plans to densify the real estate near its Metro stations.”
“So Detroit would be a safer city and a better-serviced city if you shrink it, densify it.”
“Regarding zoning on QA and elsewhere, I'm a fan of rapidly increasing height on main strips and upzoning areas directly nearby (and on outward until SF homes are allowed to densify some).”
“Best strategy would be to buy up all foreclosures and empty commercial buildings and turn them into parkland, then de-densify through zoning to bring Seattle into compliance with the ring of Puget Sound exurbs.”
“Your Tri-cities will have to densify as well, and perhaps be connected by train. blog comments powered by Disqus publicola nerds”
“Seattle needs to de-densify to compete with the superior sprawl of the suburbs. tpn”
“Although, in most cases, the initial decision to densify a neighborhood is taken by the market, not by public officials, the role of government is key, especially in the early phases.”
“Canada Line will put pressure on to densify and there are plans to redevelop Oakridge Mall into a huge mixed use complex with residential and commercial towers.”
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