Definition of Pod

  1. Pod means a tract of Entitled Land for which Borrower has incurred or will incur through the funding of Advances both soft and hard master infrastructure costs (including without limitation engineering, utility formation, offsite improvement, spinal paving and other similar costs) which develop such infrastructure for said Property so that future development phases will only need phase specific improvements in order to be converted to Developed Lots.

Examples of Pod in a sentence

  1. If such superior rights with respect to Expansion Area B have been exercised, then upon request of Tenant, Landlord shall so notify Tenant and such notice shall identify alternative expansion space within the Central Pod, if any, meeting the parameters above and thereafter, such alternative space shall be deemed to be Expansion Area B hereunder.
  2. Pod 25 contains approximately seven thousand two hundred sixty-nine (7,269) square feet of raised floor space with a maximum of 1.3 megawatts of available Critical Load Power and Pod 27 contains approximately fourteen thousand two hundred thirteen (14,213) square feet of raised floor space with two (2) 1.3 megawatt UPS systems that provide an aggregate of 2.6 megawatts of available Critical Load Power.
  3. 1 GCA-11 Switchable Antenna Pod, 8" High Radome, *** 11 dBi Directional Antenna 2.0 to 2.5 GHz with internal GPS receiver & compass 5.

Definition of Pod in Revolving Line of Credit

Pod means a tract of Entitled Land for which Borrower has incurred or will incur through the funding of Advances both soft and hard master infrastructure costs (including without limitation engineering, utility formation, offsite improvement, spinal paving and other similar costs) which develop such infrastructure for said Property so that future development phases will only need phase specific improvements in order to be converted to Developed Lots.