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square foot, sq ft(noun)
a unit of area equal to one foot by one foot square
A unit of area equal to the area of a square the sides of which are each one foot long.
The square foot is an imperial unit and U.S. customary unit of area, used mainly in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. It is defined as the area of a square with sides of 1 foot in length. For comparison, the average new one-family house in the United States in 2007 had a total floor area of approximately 2500 square feet. A symbol for square foot, square feet, and "per square foot" commonly used in architecture, real estate and interior space plans is a simple square with a vertical line bisecting it. It is also occasionally written as a square with a slash through it.
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I'm taking price per square foot and price per square, you know, per mile, and it's a very simple calculation.
There is a sticker shock phenomenon, a lot of these people are coming from 5,000-square-foot estates and here they get a three bedroom bungalow.
Common sense dictates that I can not literally vanish a half million square foot monument. But it is conceivable that I can, for a short period of time, cause that monument to appear invisible to our audience.
People argued with me, because this is almost double the price of per-square-foot real estate compared to Midtown. They said this is the stupidest move to get seven floors in this building, i said to our board, ‘The quality of life of our staff is very important to us. These people are our brainpower. They’re our engine. We need to provide them an environment for creative thinking.’.
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