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high-rise

A building having a large number of floors, usually constructed where land costs are high.
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The development of high-rise building in Penang Island lacks green spaces where limited of public parks available and limited of accessibility to the beaches and gardens as they have been privatized for the people who owned the area of housing as according to the researcher from NGOs.
This tragic fire is another example of how the city's LSE leaves residents just as vulnerable in residential high-rises where no fire sprinklers are present," states Tom Lia, executive director of the nonprofit Northern Illinois Fire Sprinkler Advisory Board (NIFSAB).
1 million square-foot high-rise campus, developers are rushing to build office, retail and housing for Amazon, Expedia, and other companies that are expanding in the state.
Strength: this location model for high-rise buildings rests on the features of the transport infrastructure.
The successful fire sprinkler activation comes just two years after the fire sprinkler system successfully extinguished another kitchen fire on the eleventh floor of the same high-rise building on April 28, 2012.
High-Rise is clearly the danger if he's back to his best, but ours has the benefit of race-fitness.
High-rises on the south side of Oxnard between Canoga Avenue and Owensmouth Street are called Warner Center Plaza and have about 1.
Structural Engineers Create Innovative High-Rise Designs to Improve Views and More
He then rang Peslier, who decided to switch to partner High-Rise.
29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On the evening of December 20, a single fire sprinkler controlled a stove grease fire on the 23rd floor of the Adler Place residential high-rise on Chicago's Near South Side.
8 million square feet of prime office space in six high-rise towers along the south side of Oxnard Street between Topanga Canyon Boulevard and Canoga Avenue.
Earlier last month The Real Estate Board of New York was invited to a ceremony on Randall's Island to commence construction of the FDNY's new High-Rise Fire Training Simulation Facility.

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