Grayfield

Grayfield

A site, such as a mall or commercial facility, which has been abandoned, leaving behind a large, developed, but empty area.
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The club was prevented from playing at Welfare Park when they lost a court case brought by Horden Parish Council and matches this season have been played at Hartlepool's Grayfield Stadium.
Large Commercial New Construction: Duke Medicine Cancer Center, a LEED Gold research/training facility on a transformed grayfield site in Durham.
HOW MUCH: PS225,000 WHO: Hollier Browne, 0121 430 5666 WHERE: Grayfield Avenue, Moseley WHAT: Apartment in cul-de-sac in popular suburb.
According to the nonprofit group, Congress for the New Urbanism, a 2001 study revealed that a mall with annual sales of $150 per square foot or less turns into a "grayfield," or a dying mall because of empty parking spaces.
Any strike would involve HMRC staff at the Pentland House centre in Livingston as well as at Grayfield House and Saughton House, which are both in Edinburgh.
The vast majority are still greenfield, but there has been an increase in "grayfield" developments (as in converting a mall or industrial plant tract into a New Urbanist development) and "infill" projects (for instance, redesigning and densifying a suburban traffic corridor along New Urbanist principles).