buildable

build·a·ble

 (bĭl′də-bəl)
adj.
Suitable or available for building: "The problem was finding a site that was well located, appropriately zoned ... and buildable" (Sam Hall Kaplan).

buildable

(ˈbɪldəbəl)
adj
suitable for building on
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95 million, or $218 per buildable square foot, a record high for the area.
The City is seeking a consultant to perform a Buildable Lands and Land Capacity Analysis report that conforms to local requirements and reflects the policies of the Sedro-Woolley City Council.
The set includes Mario in his Wild Wing Kart and Yoshi in his Standard Kart with super-fast battery-powered motors; Giant Stone Bowser with slamming, fireball-shooting action; three collectible items--Bullet Bill, a Star, and a Green Shell--and 30 pieces of buildable track that create a closed loop.
We've teamed up with LEGO' to give away 25 sets of the complete range of six collectable buildable Aliens taken straight from the immensely popular Ben 10 Alien ForceTM TV series.
It includes four buildable shades: fiery, swelter, blaze and singe.
They included 1133 York Avenue to Memorial Sloan Kettering in December 2008, for a sales price of approximately $300 per buildable foot.
Because there is now much less buildable land within our borders, we will begin to see a very different type of growth,'' Miller said back in March.
However, the IRS counters that even if the deed effectively limited development to 30 lots, there were no restrictions placed on open space within the buildable area.
The Japanese might be said to have elevated compactness into an art form (bonsai, origami, capsule hotels), but lack of buildable space is a perpetual and pressing issue.
Roxy Cuellar, an official with the Home Builders Association of Lane County, submitted a letter to the city stating that while her organization does not generally object to the plan, it continues to worry that there is a shortage of buildable land.
There is an unstated insistence in the selection that the projects all be, if not built, then at least buildable (as if this makes them more real as architecture).
One of the last buildable oceanfront lots located steps to the Village of "world-class" La Jolla, California, over 4 years of Coastal Commission permits have been obtained and are included in the purchase price.