This future development site was sold to Ben Ashkenazy of Ashkenazy Investments and can be built to nearly 20,000 bsf including inclusionary bonus, and given its proximity to the Seward Park Urban Renewal Area, presents a strong future development opportunity.
What does URA stand for?
URA stands for Urban Renewal Area
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We have 97 other meanings of URA in our Acronym Attic
- Uniformly Redundant Array
- Union of Rutgers Administrators
- Unité de Raccordement des Abonnés (French: Central Office)
- United Rodeo Association
- Universities Research Association, Inc.
- University Research Associates (Englewood Cliffs, NJ)
- Uranium Recycle Acid
- Urassociation (Amway)
- Urban Redevelopment Authority (Singapore)
- Urban Renaissance Agency (Japan)
- Urban Renewal Authority (Hong Kong)
- Urine Receptacle Assembly (US NASA)
- User Range Accuracy
- User Requirement Analysis
- UTRAN Registration Area
- You Are A
- Utran Registration Area Paging Channel
- Uniform Recognition of Acknowledgments Act (Michigan)
- Uniform Relocation Assistance Act (Connecticut)
- United Russian-American Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Urban renewal To spur development of The Pearl, Portland created the River District Urban Renewal Area in 1998.
NCNM is located near the South Waterfront in an urban renewal area that the Portland Development Commission refers to as "the Educational Triangle," between OHSU and Porrtland State University.
At Winlaton's urban renewal area, the housing association plans to demolish 14 properties and build a selection of two-bedroom bungalows using modern methods of construction.
The law also allows local governments to obtain central government funding for half the cost of building infrastructure--activities such as widening roads, creating open spaces or implementing new traffic systems within the designated urban renewal areas.
Tony McNulty, Minister for Regeneration, said that to prevent the BNP 'poison' spreading, faith communities and politicians had to ensure better inclusivity in urban renewal areas.
Members of Warrington's Neighbourhood Services scrutiny advisory group is looking into the effectiveness of the three urban renewal areas operating in the town, two at Fairfield and one in Latchford.