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business park

an area specially designated and landscaped to accommodate business offices, warehouses, light industry, etc.
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31 November 2014 - US-based REIT PS Business Parks, Inc.
15 years and 11 thriving business parks later, we remain fully committed to this vision and focused on developing it further by continuing to master plan and deliver a portfolio of successful business parks.
ANORTH Tyneside business park is being held up as an example of how to integrate public transport into commercial development.
"Towers Business Park is a great example of how partnership between public sector and private sector investment in business parks and other property projects is essential in boosting the region's economy - and is just what the property sector needs right now."
The FibreSpeed Wales project will ensure firms located on the strategic business parks in north Wales have access to leading edge broadband technology.
National Business Parks supervised the construction at the building and was responsible for its leasing program.
"At the same time, the rise of business parks since the mid-80s has attracted enormous levels of inward investment since they offer a universal format and significant new employment opportunities.
Provide information to interested municipalities/ business parks through 100 media coverings - Europewide awareness and knowledge about Integrated Energy Concepts in business parks and the action of the project.
The Business Parks report states office take-up in the first six months of 2012 totalled 2.47m sq ft, an increase of 8% on the previous six months, which is also encouraging against a five-year six-monthly average of 1.95m sq ft.
Birmingham Business Park has welcomed its hundredth occupier as Control Instruments (CI) OmniBridge and Sil-vent became the latest businesses to join the park.
A ruling from the European Commission yesterday cleared the way for the Welsh Assembly's Fibre-Speed Wales project which will provide companies located on 14 business parks with access to fast broadband services where these are currently unavailable at affordable prices.
To keep ahead of the market, National Business Parks and our parent, Lawrence Zirinsky Associates have new construction plans aimed at serving the markets they view as likely tenants.

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