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Denoting or relating to property that combines residential living space with commercial or manufacturing space.‘housing on the site might include live-work units for small businesses’
- ‘His son, Louis, 4, plays in a roof garden above their live-work property in Hackney.’
- ‘This monstrosity, completely out of context with existing development in the neighborhood, will be accessible only to the wealthy, forcing thousands of average Williamsburgers from their homes and live-work spaces!’
- ‘This live-work project was instigated by Coastcare, as part of a coastal project involving Sunset Beach coast and City of Geraldton.’
- ‘And it provides extra live-work space in the form of a workshop and large office, as well as having been transformed into a handsome house and gallery.’
- ‘There will also be live-work units and bed-sit accommodation.’
- ‘Recommendations include linking two local assets, bioscience and agriculture; creating more space for the arts; and working with developers to produce live-work neighborhoods.’
- ‘We took the groups through a series of presentations which showed by the use of good design how the live-work concept can be fulfilled.’
- ‘He is having conversations with future tenants of the building's spaces, including a pair of live-work apartments and a cafe.’
- ‘In the Grand Oaks area, they wanted to explore a mixed-use project — either a residential village or commercial and live-work emphasis.’
- ‘Many small businesses start at home in live-work space, which is generally not permitted by municipal zoning (as many artists know).’
- ‘Half of the 12 studios are set up as dual live-work spaces, and Thompson said that all of them have been promised, primarily to painters like himself.’
- ‘The dot-com era in San Francisco provoked responses from the activist community over live-work lofts, illegal evictions, and the displacement of working people and artists from their traditional communities.’
- ‘He said the proposal is to build 74 live work units at the former Lucent site on the Swindon Road, near Malmesbury.’
- ‘In May of this year, Santa Monica had 156 live-work studios.’
- ‘For those who have heard (or read) his complaints about the "illegal use of live-work lofts," this was quite a note of hypocrisy.’
- ‘The 23-acre Richmond project envisions live-work lofts and high tech offices.’
- ‘Before the Lamonts could begin turning it into a live-work space, there was the task of "strapping the building back together".’
- ‘We followed this up with a presentation from our architect who said the live work units are not going to become residential houses.’
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