redevelopment


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Synonyms for redevelopment

the act of improving by renewing and restoring

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The Perth Amboy Redevelopment Agency is requesting proposals from qualified individuals and firms ( contractor(s) or proposer(s) ) to provide Redevelopment Agency Attorney Services.
Borough of Paulsboro has narrowed the authority of municipal government to condemn private property under the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law.
The Santa Clarita City Council, acting as the city's redevelopment agency, will look at current uses, developers' proposals and property owners' plans for high-profile sites in the deteriorating business district.
At the forefront of MEC's office building business operations is the redevelopment of the Marunouchi district, which for MEC's branding purposes includes the adjacent areas of Otemachi and Yurakucho.
Starting in the 1970s, many urban areas nationwide began redevelopment projects, also called revitalization or gentrification (depending on which side of the debate you fall).
The redevelopment will be carried out over a 15 year period at a cost of $423 million.
Such redevelopment often entails significant demolition projects, followed by equally significant construction projects.
Unfortunately," he wrote, "all of these sites are outside our Town Center Redevelopment Area" (emphasis in the original).
The most visible example of the continuing waterfront redevelopment is the rising $74-million provincial office complex which will be home to the Ontario Lottery Corporation, the Ministry of Natural Resources Forest Group and the regional forensic sciences laboratory of the Ministry of the Solicitor General.
Central Florida private equity firm, NewGate Capital Partners and its venture capital partner, White Challis Redevelopment, announce the launch of the "NewGate White Challis Urban Redevelopment Fund, LP.
The redevelopment plan is one of the first in the country to win approval from the U.
Ridley-Thomas is concerned that the absence of redevelopment money, which would enhance the area around the Coliseum and thereby make it more attractive to a potential owner, would kill the deal with the NFL.
More specifically, PREIT's business might be affected by uncertainties affecting real estate businesses generally as well as the following, among other factors: general economic, financial and political conditions, including changes in interest rates or the possibility of war or terrorist attacks; changes in local market conditions or other competitive or retail industry factors in the regions where our properties are concentrated; PREIT's ability to maintain and increase property occupancy and rental rates, and risks relating to development or redevelopment activities, including construction, obtaining entitlements and managing multiple projects simultaneously.
A great example of how RGAs have prompted an exciting redevelopment in Ocean County may be found in a 361-acre tract of the Pinelands located just south of Route 72 at Exit 63 of the Garden State Parkway in Stafford Township.
THE United States Supreme Court has just heard arguments in a community redevelopment case that may loosen your grip on your own house.