Suitable or available for building: "The problem was finding a site that was well located, appropriately zoned . . . and buildable” ( Sam Hall Kaplan). (adjective)
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Use "buildable" in a sentence
"On the other hand, it is the buildable which is being built."
"Suggest that each group determine their own "design criteria" such as buildable in 22 hours, needs only - simple tools for construction, no milled lumber, locally available materials, etc."
"The market's strength can be partly explained by a lack of new building, with the construction sector hampered by a scarcity of buildable land in densely populated areas and regulatory barriers to new construction, the International Monetary Fund said in a recent report on the French economy."