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).
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buildable

(ˈbɪldəbəl)
adj
suitable for building on
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'I like the coverage, which is light to medium and still buildable,' said makeup artist Leo Posadas, who conducted a makeup master class for members of the media, online content creators and makeup artists last week.
The property sold for $13,600,000 or $478 per buildable square foot, well above market average.
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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.
P argues that limiting the G property development to 30 lots rather than 62 enables the land to have "a distinctly open quality." 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.
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).
Their primary aim is not to reduce design time but rather to make their projects more buildable. Materials like the render of the Vitra museum (AR November 1989) and the sheet metal of the University of Toledo Centre for the Visual Arts (AR August 1993) have a built-in tolerance which is forgiving of Gehry's complex and fluid forms.
The sale price equates to $476 psf or $223 per buildable square foot.