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apartment

noun home, place of residence, residence
Associated concepts: condominium, cooperative apartment
See also: chamber, domicile, home, lodging
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At that time Parisi was seeking $4,200,000 for the apartment house, which was 9.
The second, 80 Webster Avenue located in the white hot Jersey City heights, was a six unit apartment house purchased by a local investor who is accumulating properties in this rapidly expanding city.
London music group Apartment House was the collective behind the performance at Bates Mill, in Milford Street, in which they covered legendary Brian Eno's Another Green World in a stunning hourlong set.
The highest apartment house price in Yerevan is in Center community 419,500 AMD (3.
The last people known to be at the apartment house were from a company that was boarding up windows and padlocking doors about 8 p.
properties was acquired for $300,000 in April 2005 from Apartment House Builders Inc.
by complaints of a sewer-like smell at an apartment house at 1220 S.
When Henry sought a permit to erect a 30-unit apartment house with only a three-car garage, the city turned him down.
A 55-year-old man was arrested Monday on suspicion of strangling his 32-year-old girlfriend in their apartment house in Zama, Kanagawa Prefecture earlier this month, police said.
Andrews Management Services (developer and manager): "Cape Albeon consists of a three-story independent living apartment house with 110 units; a 70-unit, one-story assisted living facility; and 35 ranch-style, 1,176-square foot cottages, each with twin master suites, living room, full kitchen, an attached garage and emergency call service.
Marcus argues that the nineteenth-century apartment house is an intersection of the private with the public, of the domestic with the urban, a fluid place where spheres which have traditionally been considered "feminine" and "masculine" converge.
And the authors of the popular handbooks to Parisian liFE in this period, by giving themselves the liberty to stick their noses into the supposedly private spaces of the apartment house, also in a way identified themselves with -- even as they poured scorn upon -- the figure of the snooping portiere.