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  • noun Plural form of redevelopment.


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  • Having seen many 'redevelopments', I've come to the inescapable conclusion that architects are more interested in 'exciting new design concepts' than designing buildings that are harmonious with existing structures.


  • Other historic redevelopments, of course, don't have to go through this kind of scrutiny because landmark agencies give commercial projects more latitude.

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  • NYC is chock full of successful redevelopments, including those with extensive basements, that have been built around holdouts — including Rockefeller Center itself.

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  • Atlantic Station, one of the largest redevelopments of a formerly industrial site in the country, originally was envisioned as a city within a city with about 12 million square feet of office, retail and residential development.

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  • It said rising demand for land and redevelopments is causing a shortage of available ground for burials with the result that there has been an increase in exhumations.

    Funeral bills left with councils by hard-up relatives

  • Other targeted tax credits marked for phaseout include ones for so-called brownfield redevelopments, battery manufacturers and other businesses.

    Michigan Wants to Cut Film-Industry Credits

  • Those include redevelopments of aging and crowded airport terminals.

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  • One of the most successful past brewery redevelopments is the "Kulturbrauerei," or culture brewery, in Berlin, a multiuse project with 40 tenants, including retail, restaurants, clubs and a movie theater.

    German Breweries Have a Second Round

  • Among its redevelopments, Jamestown helped reposition Chelsea Market, a former Nabisco factory in New York, into a property with prime office space and boutique retail.

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  • Capital & Counties, which is planning one of London's major redevelopments at Earls Court, recently announced a £300 million refinancing of its debt at 4%, below its previous average cost of debt.

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