multiple interested parties of subdividers
In 1907, the contracting firm of Hart & Carlow were hired by a speculative subdivider
to build two houses at 15 Blenheim Road and 49 Lansdowne Avenue North.
Profit-oriented investors, especially subdividers
and developers, generally pay much less per acre for large properties than for small ones.
, developers, and operative builders, even when they
It is one dominated by what Lefebvre calls representations of space, in which the conceptualized products of "scientists, planners, urbanists, technocratic subdividers
and social engineers" predominate (Production 39).
At the first annual general meeting of the Trust held in September 1957 he criticised city councillors who chopped down trees and subdividers
who 'wreak havoc among the trees and shrubs of the land they are trying to sell'.
The Wisteria Lane that subdividers
envy is a stretch of storied Colonial Street on the Universal back lot, and it's played the role of a quietly prosperous (or ominously quiet) neighborhood in scores of movies and series about mostly white, mostly happy and mostly middle-class families.
can be required to pay for new schools and to grant some of their land for parks.
It is the space of "technocratic subdividers
and social engineers--all of whom identify what is lived and what is perceived with what is conceived." (14) This description could not be more fitting for southern Africa during the period under discussion.
who provided such services as street maintenance, snow removal, mowing, tree trimming, and street lighting to private neighborhoods through hundreds of private street associations.
Despite this rapid expansion, real estate operators and lessors experienced anemic job growth, while subdividers
and developers failed to fully recover from the recession early in the decade.
The three least-profitable sectors were condominium and coop management, real estate subdividers
and developers, and small business investment trusts.
Of the social and cultural representational practices that constitute this dimension of space, Lefebvre writes: "conceptualized space, the space of scientists, planners, urbanists, technocratic subdividers
and social engineers, as of a certain type of artist with a scientific bent--all of whom identify what is lived and what is perceived with what is conceived" (Lefebvre, The Production of Space, 38; emphasis added).
(2.) More specifically, the results presented in this paper characterize all enterprises operating under current ownership during 1992 and with fewer than 500 full-time-equivalent employees, excluding real estate operators and lessors, real estate subdividers
and developers, real estate investment trusts, agricultural enterprises, financial institutions, not-for-profit institutions, government entities, and subsidiaries controlled by other corporations.
* Choose a place with natural and human characteristics that resist change: hills, mountains or rivers that defy expansion, but are not so attractive that yuppie aeries on stilts will grow on the mountainside; citizens who are in love with how the place is now and will fight to keep it that way; no railroads or freeways within many miles; no nearby large, undeveloped parcels that may attract subdividers
or manufacturing entities, and most important, far beyond the influence or mentality of urbanites.