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By the end of the day, 14 lots were passed up by bidders according to a Department of Citywide Services spokesman.
Big Lots (NYSE: BIG) is the nation's largest broadline closeout retailer with over 1,400 stores in 47 states.
There is the solution to parking lots and, at the same time, the solution to most of the ills of the world.
For EPD, the LoTS provide funding diversification, a favorable consideration given the scale of its growth capital expenditure budget which could approach $2.
Yet both lots on either side of Mott's home remain empty.
Bennet, the Court of Appeals has held that a developer of a proposed apartment building could not utilize the unused development rights from the owner of an adjacent lot which had received a use variance, without first returning to the Board of Standards and Appeals for its approval.
The dozens of unsold noble, grand and Douglas firs at Stu Miller's Christmas tree lot in Saugus don't worry manager Stephanie Wood-Menga.
Trading in round lots of one share is a European standard, and its adoption is expected to further increase the efficiency of securities trading.
More than 200 additional lots will be available during a final online auction running Thursday, March 23, through Tuesday, March 28.
679 of 930 lots sold, which represented almost 75% of all lots selling both on a lot and dollar basis, a truly remarkable figure for an auction composed of various owners.
Contract notice: Insurance coverage services divided into 11 lots.
Adding excitement to these fresh offerings is the fact that many of the best lots will be sold absolutely without reserves.
Several wineries opted to auction off exclusive lots during their hospitality events, bringing in a total of $171,650.
Big Lots anticipates that the new technology will enable business users in all phases of its operation to make better decisions faster with the end result of improving both top-line and bottom-line performance.