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But even with some key roster decisions up in the air right now, John Beilein has the Wolverines set up for future success.
In February, Children’s Aid signed a contract to buy a 55,565-square-foot commercial condominium and 10,000 square feet of air rights in a new Harlem commercial development for $45.25 million.
Chase plans to buy as much as one million square feet of air rights from other property owners in the district.
The air rights allow for a build 25 stories above the current store.
In the meantime, JPMorgan and others will try to snap up the air rights of properties such as St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Grand Central Station.
Under the terms of the rezoning, public projects across East Midtown would be funded by a minimum contribution from developers of $61.49 per square foot or 20 percent of the price of air rights or unused development rights.
RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars season 3 is one of the most entertaining pieces of television airing right now.
Pepsi The soda maker calls back to its past Super Bowl advertising efforts with Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, Celtics basketball player Kyrie Irving and Cindy Crawford in a 30-second ad airing right before the Justin Timberlake halftime show.
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legal Definition of air right
- make use of the air rights above the Terminal
- —Penn Central Transportation Co. v. City of New York, 438 U.S. 104 (1978)
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