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commercial, industrial, or professional activity in general

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5 million square feet of industrial space, 20 million square feet of commercial strip center space and 330,000 apartment units.
In 1997, some New Jersey local officials and state legislators, mostly from rural areas, tried to blame affordable housing, rather than proliferating luxury housing and commercial strips, for the loss of New Jersey's remaining open space.
The availability of commercial strips for the identification of C.
Communities are faced with a universal issue: highways, commercial strips, office and retail centers, and housing at various densities are replacing forest cover, riparian buffers, natural soils, and wildlife habitat.
Businesses along Ventura Boulevard and other commercial strips pay an average of $126 per year for lighting, part of which goes into a fund that pays for the eventual replacement of street lights, said Phil Reed, director of the Los Angeles Bureau of Street Lighting.
The Milavec Hall project was rewarding because it enabled us to build on our strengths--designing constructive solutions for educational facilities, and revitalizing commercial strips by restoring facades and creating commercial spaces," Doban said.
Expand sign opportunities on commercial strips to help make neighborhoods safer, as well as generate increased business income.
It's not just the fact that 34 buildings were rehabbed, but more importantly, more than two dozen languishing commercial strips got a real shot in the arm, with brand new storefronts and new businesses," said Francine C.
In 1996, NHS initiated a partnership with HPD to take distressed and often vacant city-owned buildings on commercial strips throughout the City and turn them into homes and thriving businesses for community residents.
The EDZ now includes most of the Williamsburg waterfront from the Navy Yard north to the Domino Sugar plant by the Williamsburgh Bridge, along with major commercial strips that include the Pfizer land in the Broadway Triangle around Flushing and Harrison streets where a Pathmark development has been held up; and around the Greenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center that is home to many woodworkers.
The state has earmarked $40 million for the zones, which encompass commercial strips and businesses in the industrial parks in Santa Clarita.
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