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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.

    Akron Makes a Tire Sale

  • 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. -- Top News

  • 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 - NEWS

  • AMY GOODMAN: Do you think Israel was wrong to build-to announce this and to build them at all?

    Democracy Now!


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