unbuilt

un·built

 (ŭn-bĭlt′)
adj.
Not built or built on: unbuilt houses; unbuilt land.
References in classic literature ?
So much was closing in about the women who sat knitting, knitting, that they their very selves were closing in around a structure yet unbuilt, where they were to sit knitting, knitting, counting dropping heads.
In the meantime the fire remained unbuilt, the camp half pitched, and the dogs unfed.
Nationally, more than 423,000 homes remain unbuilt in a backlog which has grown by almost 16% in the past year, says the study carried out by industry body Glenigan.
It said councils need powers to act on uncompleted schemes, including making it easier to compulsory purchase land where homes remain unbuilt, and to be able to charge developers full council tax for every unbuilt development from the point that the original planning permission expires.
In the UK, more than 423,000 homes remain unbuilt in a backlog which has grown by almost 16% in the past year, says the study carried out by industry body Glenigan.
0% in the first ten months of 2017 and the total number of unbuilt sales transactions rose by 13.
Built Unbuilt (Frame Publishers) is the culmination of architect Julien De Smedt's 16 years in the architecture field.
The developers pitched neighbors last summer on the three towers, which would have mostly filled in the last unbuilt sites in Lakeshore East, the high-rise neighborhood bounded by Columbus and Wacker drives, Randolph Street and Lake Shore Drive.
It is difficult to assess the quality of an unbuilt project.
The investigation examined the validity of the Dh503 million fair value gain applied to the unbuilt gross floor area (Unbuilt GFA) on a plot of land in Motor City, where UP was the master developer.
The investigation examined the validity of the Dh503 million fair value gain applied to the unbuilt gross floor area (Unbuilt Gross Floor Area) on a plot of land in Motor City, where UP was the master developer.
The provisions reflect the new management team's prudent approach to risk and its treatment of unbuilt or floating gross floor area (GFA) from an accounting standpoint, it said.