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So when an Instagram user thought her moles were airbrushed out of her new Health cover, Philipps cleared the air right away.
To build the tall tower at 19 Dutch, the developers assembled air rights from nine parcels on the block, on the west side of Dutch Street.
There are so many plates spinning in the air right now that any sudden disruption could be counterproductive and – with hope of salvaging this season already lost – pointless.
The firm would need to acquire some right-of-way in the Chinatown area to build the support posts for the gondola wires and to secure the air rights to the space above some buildings.
Many of them are on the air right now; some are even already airing on ABC.
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.
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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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