Apartment Building

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Apartment Building

A structure with several apartments in it. The apartments share a hallway or exterior walkway, though they are not otherwise connected to each other. Investors may purchase an apartment building to collect the rental income from tenants.

apartment (building)

A building with multiple residential tenants.
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Bosses at Renfrewshire Council came up with the stairlift scheme at the Rowan Court high flats in Paisley after the 48-year-old lift which served the oddnumbered floors stopped working last month.
SCENE OF TRAGEDY: The high flats where Ashley died.
My route used to take me past the high flats they were building in the Gorbals and one day a brickie shouted `why do you never wear green?
The two suspects, both described as white and about 30, ran off towards one of the high flats in Pinkston Drive.
But it is a long way from Mr Martin's new gold-leafed apartment overlooking the Thames to the high flats of Fountainwell Square in the midst of Sighthill, part of his constituency.
Bell was last heard of staying in the high flats at Sighthill in Glasgow - the same block as many refugees and their children.
Last week, Mr Gordon announced an action plan for Sighthill, including the establishment of a drop-in centre on the estate, and increased concierges and handymen for the high flats.
Police are examining CCTV footage from nearby high flats.
Police warned Thomas Stewart, 45, to stay away from high flats at Pinkston Drive, Sighthill, Glasgow, after he was involved in an argument with a resident over a car sale in February last year.
But memories of their childhood in Glasgow's Gorbals, before the high flats went up, came flooding back.