Mixed use


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Mixed use

A variety of authorized activities in an area or a building, as distinguished from the isolated uses and planned separation outlined by many zoning ordinances.

mixed use

1. Descriptive of a district that has been zoned to permit more than a single use, for example, commercial and residential.
2. Descriptive of a building that has more than one use.
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Frustrated by what they saw as a lack of movement on the matter, the council's Legal Affairs subcommittee crafted a petition to define mixed use.
These include support for mixed use, controlled SAN interfaces, advanced monitoring and alerting, and broad-range, cost effective scalability.
University regents introduced a preliminary plan Tuesday that calls for Camarillo State Hospital to be converted for mixed uses that would include an 80-acre retirement community, a business park and a magnet school in addition to the four-year university.
But, significantly, his most radical schemes like the Singapore tower project with its mixed uses and elaborate vegetation (AR February 1999) remain on paper.
Mixed uses that don't fight with each other are common.
Otherwise, you get small patchwork developments with no amenities, infrastructure or mixed uses.
For all the commitment to mixed uses argued Jamel Abed (of the architecture department in the American University of Beirut) 'the Solidere scheme is isolated by a ring road and is arranged to be visually consumed by businessmen and tourists.
The city authorities have produced a plan for the district which is intended to give the area the mixed uses of a proper urban area, and of course it must incorporate a large residential element.
The tax base includes mixed uses with an emphasis on residential along with some commercial uses.
The tax base includes mixed uses, but is concentrated in its largest taxpayers.
The Metlox Parking Project (the project) will include 460 parking spaces to meet growing demand in the downtown area along with 40,000 square feet of public open space and 63,000 square feet for mixed uses.
Harmon handled the disposition of the Manhattan Mall, which offered mixed uses on a similar scale.