Infill site

Infill site

Building site sandwiched between existing buildings in a developed area. The use of infill sites reduces pressure on greenfield sites and often provides residents with better access to public transportation. For the purposes of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) for Homes credits, an infill site is defined as having at least 75 percent of its perimeter bordering land that has been previously developed.
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A development team that includes Barone Management, Caspi Development and Matt Development began construction on a six-story apartment building on an infill site.
All of this is being achieved on an infill site, the sort of area that Coun Alden so despises.
The Middlesbrough College was then built directly on top of the contaminated infill site.
Paragon is just one urban infill site that ima has completed.
has approved an innovative multi-family, affordable housing community that utilizes a distinctive "green" roof and will be developed on a vacant infill site.
6-acre urban infill site between a low-density residential neighborhood and a commercial area on a major arterial leading to downtown Tucson.
So, at about the time we are ready to open, residential housing is opening or about to open and we're considered to be an infill site.
Situated on an infill site between the main harbourside promenade and the more intimate Calle Estrella, the directness of its form is consistent with much of Grimshaw's work: smoothing over the sort of inconvenient and apparently inconsequential urban idiosyncrasies that more sensitive approaches might respond to.
BEST REDEVELOPMENT, REHAB, OR INFILL SITE PLAN Mission Meridian Village, South Pasadena, Calif.
I can't think of a more important undeveloped infill site in Los Angeles.