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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of redevelop.


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  • First there exists now the best kind of redeveloped waterfront and rebuilt boulevard-like surface highway and second, the reinvestment in transit delivered benefits never recognized as possible.

    Roberta Brandes Gratz: Westway Changed Transportation History

  • It is in an unpretentious San Diego neighborhood called Ocean Beach - one of the few SoCal beach towns that hasn't been "redeveloped" with trendy restaurants and chain stores.

    Washington on the Pacific

  • Hypothesis: Any plan in which multiple independent buildings are gutted or demolished to be "redeveloped" as a single project is a net loss of personality for the city, with the exception of the conversion of buildings not previously public, like warehouses.

    How to Be Silicon Valley

  • They know that anything they developed to work with SharePoint would just get "redeveloped" by Redmond in three years 'time anyway.

    CMS Watch Trends and Features

  • "Gibson Estates", the toxic wasteland off Boulder Hwy being "redeveloped" on top of perchlorate and hexavalent chromium waste?

    Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines

  • Yeah, they 'redeveloped' the site by dropping a new plastic shelter on it with a timetable.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Yeah, they 'redeveloped' the site by dropping a new plastic shelter on it with a timetable.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Port officials say the redeveloped terminal will be fully automated and one of the most environmentally friendly piers in the world.

    Orient Overseas Leases U.S. Port for 40 Years

  • It would be one thing to lower taxes while the land is being redeveloped (which I still don't like) but once there are occupants, it's fairly unconscionable that people who own units that expensive get subsidies while folks in Lents pay real taxes and are probably still paying for the sewer installation.

    Streetcar Kool-Aid (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • I am gussing that since it is a state symbol it could be “condemmed” so that it could be “redeveloped”.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » An Important Case on Compensation for Takings


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