unbuildable

unbuildable

(ʌnˈbɪldəbəl)
adj
(Building) not able to be built
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Tiny, unbuildable, gerrymandered zoning lots that have been created for the sole purpose of evading zoning restrictions, will be studied for regulation by the Department of City Planning following requests by Council Member Ben Kallos and advocates.
unbuildable by new coastal erosion regulations following Hurricane Hugo.
A landowner who alleged a town land-use regulation that rendered her property unbuildable constituted a regulatory taking should not have had her claim decided by a jury, the Appeals Court has found in a case of first impression.
taxpayers to waste billions of dollars pretending to build an unbuildable border wall Trump promised would be paid for by Mexico.
on these lots stating they were hired by property management company to cut everything down in vacant unbuildable lots behind our houses and plant grass.
Instead, they were now making payments on two properties--one of which was now unbuildable and worth a fraction of what they paid for it.
They say that construction companies, because of their experience in the field, are often in a position to point out when something that might look good on paper is in fact unbuildable. Opponents, though, worry the system would deprive the state and taxpayers of the advantages of competition.
Participants return to the Army equipped with experience and unique skills unbuildable outside the NSA and invaluable to Army commanders.
Once, the narrow strip of land located at the University Parkway of Bonifacio Global City (BGC) was deemed 'unbuildable.'
"At first we thought it was unbuildable, but that turned out to be part of its elegance," Boyd says.
The unbuildable paper architect now wielded the mechanics of reason in a digital economy.