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state of the art

adjective Referring to a method or device, at the 'cutting edge' of a particular field
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The building will include state-of-the art communications, heating/cooling, and fire protection systems; one loading dock for each 7,500 SF of warehouse space; on-site rail service; and trailer parking and spaces for 386 cars.
A complete state-of-the art sports and fitness center, featuring multi-sensory exercise equipment and a 75-foot lap pool is also available for residents' use, and all command spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline.
In 2000, Fox & Fowle received a National Honor Award for Design from the American Institute of Architects for its design of the Conde Nast Building at 4 Times Square, which emphasizes state-of-the art energy conservation and other environmentally responsible features.

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