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mixed-use

(mĭkst′yo͞os′)
adj.
Containing or zoned for commercial and residential facilities or development: a 40-story mixed-use tower.
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Caledonian Trust has planning permission in principle at St Margaret's for a 231,000ft2 mixed-use development of residential and/or student accommodation, a hotel, offices and other commercial space, together with parking for 225 cars.
Mostly located at Dubai South, the 145-sq-km mixed-use development with AMIA at its centerpiece, most of these projects are all expected to be completed before Expo 2020.
6-hectare South Park District (a masterplanned, mixed-use development in Alabang that brings together a mix of residential condominiums, a regional mall, and office buildings anchored by a central park); the 109-hectare Altaraza Town Center (a mixed-use master planned community in San Jose Del Monte City, Bulacan); the 700-hectare Vermosa (an integrated mixed-use development in Dasmarinas and Imus, Cavite); and the 29-hectare Vertis North (a large-scale mixed-use urban hub rising beside TriNoMa mall in Quezon City); the 1,125-hectare Alviera (an integrated mixed-use development envisioned to be the growth center in Porac, Pampanga); Ayala Land has also established its overwhelming presence in other parts of the Philippines, particularly in Palawan, the Visayan region, and in Mindanao.
Sabre Real Estate Group LLC has arranged the first two leases in the retail portion of Greybarn, a new, mixed-use development in Amityville, Long Island, being developed by Rechler Equity Partners LLC.
The multi-billion Qatari riyal mixed-use development project, Place Vendome, which combines the hospitality and retail sectors, will generate a minimum of 5,000 jobs once it starts operations in Lusail City by 2018, an official has said.
Soho Square is the second mixed-use development by Bloom Properties in the prime location of Saadiyat Island.
Labelled after the code of Abu Dhabi city, 9712 Capital is a mixed-use development that is domiciled across 230,000 square metres of real estate in Mohammed Bin Zayed City.
Situated 11km from the centre of Doha, the mixed-use development will host two five-star hotels, serviced apartments, up to 400 retail outlets, a central entertainment component, showcasing "permanent attractions and technologically-advanced installations".