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- adj. Able to be leased.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Such as can be leased.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- That may be leased; capable of being transferred or held by lease.
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Of 2,000 leasable acres at the port, only 700 are occupied now, he said.
Prestige Estates is developing 39.47 million square feet, including 28.43 million square feet of saleable area and 11.04 million square feet of leasable area in 11 residential projects, 14 commercial projects, four hospitality projects and three retail projects.
Standing at 1472 feet, and with 2.8 million square feet of leasable office space, the Empire State Building currently consumes the energy equivalent of 40,000 single-family homes.
Of the 525 major shopping centers in the country's biggest cities, there are nearly 257 million square feet of gross leasable retail area, according to data provided by Esri, a geographic information systems firm that tracks the leasable area of major U.S. shopping centers of over 225,000 square feet.
GLP said the 39.7% increase in its China revenue mainly owed to the completion of the company ' s development projects, which have increased the leasable property area, while the 9.3% increase in Japan revenue reflected the strengthening of the Japanese currency against the U.S. dollar.
Haber explained there were problems with this, since the building in question has only one leasable floor -- for $28,000 a month.
According to Costar, 550,000 square feet of the nearly 800,000 total leasable feet remains vacant, and Real Capital estimates the DSCR is 1.49.
But, as Mr. Beditz points out, probably half of the country's munis are too forlorn or isolated to be leasable to any company seeking profit.
With 260,000 square feet of leasable space, it was completed in 2003.
Now, Ms. Consolo is taking over, and she said she has a vision, or rather, multiple visions for the space, which is being marketed as both a leasable site and as a commercial condo.