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upscale

To resize higher or convert up. For more details, see scale, upsample and upconvert.
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I think the upscale market is often insulated because buyers in that market have the wherewithal to make decisions regardless of the real estate trends," Jones said.
Upscale residential conversions are rife throughout the surrounding blocks, and the restaurant and nightlife scene is well established.
All of the area on that east side is proposed for higher density, upscale residential uses with some commercial accessory support," says Laing.
Columbus, 614-621-1213): An upscale club featuring jazz bands.
Detectives refused to release the names of the restaurants, but Michelena said the targets are usually small, independently owned and upscale.
Retailers laud skin care suppliers' technologically advanced products for contributing to the category's upscale image.
We're proud to announce the addition of an upscale hotel and conference center to the burgeoning city of San Marcos.
The appetite for upscale will continue to grow when you take into consideration our rapidly changing consumer landscape.
It's the executives and employees of these types of companies that find the dearth of upscale restaurants a bit unnerving," adds Biederman.
The 52-unit mid-rise condominium complex will feature one- and two-bedroom homes and a host of creative design elements and upscale features, including granite countertops, oversized windows and marble baths.
They want the upscale dining, but they're not inclined to go to an upscale establishment on a regular basis,'' Brummett said.