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build-out

(1) The construction of a datacenter or network. The term is also widely used in real estate to refer to the potential number of homes that can be built on a parcel.

(2) (Buildout) Python-based software used to compile (build) applications from components created in Python and other languages. For more information, visit www.buildout.org. See Python.
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In total, the three projects represent approximately 370,000 square feet of build-outs. All three projects are located in New York City and are expected to be completed in 2017.
In addition to being socially responsible, a green build-out leverages an integrated design approach that offers a multitude of benefits:
But with retail build-outs, customers are in and out constantly, so the construction must be invisible.
Our long history with Columbia University, for which we have constructed dormitories, student union centers and parking lots over the years, resulted in our being awarded a major build-out of the Bio-Medical Laboratory.
The specific incentives that Titlevest qualified for include a commercial rent tax exemption, a sales tax exception on build-outs, a real estate tax abatement associated with the Commercial Revitalization Program and savings connected with the Lower Manhattan Energy Program.
ACC also constructed the Retail Executive Offices and the Personal Shopping Areas for a luxury retailer on Fifth Avenue, and is presently constructing pre-built suites for the industry's top real estate companies as well as interior build-outs for several advertising firms and hedge funds.
But she said the build-outs are in the wrong place and are not effective and that residents had better ideas as to how they could work but were never consulted over the scheme.
In January I wrote to the Examiner pleading for Kirklees to spend its money wisely by prioritising road surface repairs after the winter as opposed to road redesigns involving expensive road furniture such as build-outs, bus lanes, humps, plateaux, speed cameras and the like.
Banks such as BB&T Bank and Comerica have branched out from their core operations, controlling developer build-outs and providing brokering and closing advisory services.
Trees have also been planted along the street, along with build-outs to improve pedestrian safety as well as a new road surface and paving.
Reducing software licenses and infrastructure build-outs, the epicRealm XT-S 400 needs no application redesign or content restructure and requires no proprietary lock-in to any specific content tagging or caching approach.
There will also be build-outs to reduce traffic to a single lane.