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An area of land set aside for for-profit businesses like office complexes, shopping malls, service stations, and restaurants
An area set aside for factories and warehouses
An area or district within a city set aside for specific use.
An industry that developed or uses advance technology (ex., aerospace, biotech, telecom, robotics).
A public system or services by industry, and residential zones such as power, water, transportation, communications, and schools.
Designation of the ratio of building space to open (ex., high-density, residential includes high-rise apartment buildings).
Zoning density: high, medium, low
A public utility that provides removal of waste water
Water sanitation system
A network of roads, streets, water, or rails that allows the vehicular movement of people and goods.
A connection or association between multiple things.
The relationship between two or more amounts of a number or between the parts of a whole.
An industry or facility that provides services rather than sells goods (for example, banking or communications)
A place such as a art museum, theater, or sports arena.
Culture and entertainment facility
The direct links or associations between multiple things. In city design, connectivity refers to the links between different parts of a city that provide accessibility and easy transport from one area to another.
A town, or region that has its own local government.
A site where waste material has been buried.
An industrial plant that generates power such as electricity from another source like burning coal, nuclear reactions, or flowing water.
Power plant: coal, natural gas, nuclear, wind
A place of business that sells goods such as groceries, clothing, or furniture
A place that houses government services such as courthouse or government offices.
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