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at distance [delta] = 2H/K of a timelike non - developable constant Gaussian curvature and constant mean curvature surface S is a constant mean curvature surface.
There are relatively few developable areas remaining and the region's developers have begun looking towards brownfield development and other solutions in order to provide space to an ever-growing industrial market.
The commission approved a plan in which California City will add approximately 29 square miles of developable land and drop similar acreage that is habitat for the protected desert tortoise and the Mohave ground squirrel.
New York's newest green, or environmentally engineered, residential tower is now under construction on the last developable residential site in the south neighborhood of Battery Park City.
Also in February, Kern County's Local Agency Formation Commission, or LAFCO, will vote on a California City plan to annex 29 square miles of developable land, including the Hyundai/Kia Providing Ground location, and drop a similar amount of city territory elsewhere that is problematic for development because it is habitat for the protected desert tortoise and the Mohave ground squirrel.
The remaining developable land is master planned as a mixed-use project with entitlements for 1.
The acquisition of 286 Madison Avenue and 290 Madison Avenue included the purchase of air rights that add about 47,000 s/f of developable space.
California City officials want to add 29 square miles of developable land and drop the same number of acres in an area that would be problematic for development because it is habitat for the protected desert tortoise and the Mohave ground squirrel.
0750088350, to market for sale 300+/- acres of developable land with an operating campground resort located in the Illinois River Valley in Marseilles, IL.
Princeton University owns 300 acres of developable land directly across from the buildings on Alexander Road, which is the major access road to the university from U.
The city wants to add 27 square miles of developable land and drop the same amount of land in an area that would be problematic for development because of state protections for the desert tortoise and a ground squirrel species.