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Available or suitable for renting.‘rentable office space’
- ‘The six-level Lee Gardens Two shopping arcade has a rentable area of 117,063 square feet and lease commitments are running at 95 per cent, up from 80 per cent before the facelift.’
- ‘The rentable sober drivers ride scooters that are collapsible, so that they fit into car trunks.’
- ‘Three fire-protected stairwells in the building provide the opportunity for smaller rentable units.’
- ‘The staff of Hong Kong Lifestyle said that people pay special attention to the area and almost all the rentable space in the buildings had been rapidly snapped up by enthusiastic companies.’
- ‘There is no need to be disturbed by the transformation of the prismatic shapes of the towers in the first proposal into the more conventional and rentable floorplates of accepted commercial models; this is real-estate reality.’
- ‘How do you view rentable applications, in which companies access software over the Internet rather than own it?’
- ‘It said its new centre would provide more than 70,000 square metres of rentable space, including more than 66,000 square metres at ground level.’
- ‘Demand for rentable homes by expatriates and local executives is driving the increase in rents for luxury properties on The Peak, a real estate management firm said.’
- ‘The idea and the impact are to increase supply of rentable and salable floor space.’
- ‘The individual, rentable rooms are empty now, but each will have a bed, mood lighting and a 13-inch TV (the larger rooms will have flatscreens).’
- ‘First, there is a huge market of rentable property - you can stay in a private villa almost anywhere on the coastline without the hassle of being an owner.’
- ‘Fire had destroyed the church's bell-tower, and the roofs of the infirmary and dormitory badly needed repair, as did other buildings of the hospital, its manors, and the rentable properties it owned in town.’
- ‘Main Street America, an insurance company, will lease 60,000 square feet of space, or more than half of the 113,000 square feet that will be rentable.’
- ‘However, observation suggests that far less that 85 per cent of the rentable space was occupied on the first day of business.’
- ‘Baker favors unbundled parking in many cases, especially when the project is near public transportation and rentable parking spaces in the area are plentiful.’
- ‘If, for example, a forest owner also has some rentable apartments he/she can deduct repair costs of these apartments even from the forest income.’
- ‘‘Now our solutions are scaleable, rentable and globally accessible,’ he explains.’
- ‘The worst part has to do with the fact that the apartment complex itself built very few parking spaces and the ones that they did build are all rentable spots that they can tow you for parking in even if you live in the nearby buildings.’
- ‘You may however be charged ‘downtime’ to cover for the amount of time that your car was not rentable.’
- ‘Buildings with soul, gardens for our spirits, and cities of passion become the goal rather than rentable square feet.’
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