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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Liz, a newsagent from Moodiesburn near Glasgow, said: 'I was going up in a lift in high flats and it got stuck.
Views from other windows are more industrial - a labyrinth of motorways stretches out into the distance while high flats and church spires dominate Glasgow's diverse skyline.
THE residents of the Fairmyle high flats are being plagued by a spate of burglaries.
CLUES: Police examine a bullet hole in a window at the high flats yesterday
Residents at the high flats where Alan Whitelaw, 39, was killed said he'd had a shouting match from his veranda with the man from the other block.
The men's first stage is tomorrow evening with a 30-mile road race around Birds Edge and High Flats (7pm), with Stage Two being a 10-mile time trial (Saturday morning).
To a child living in high flats, say, where space is at a premium and peace and quiet not always easy to find, a library is a haven.
A firefighter tells of stretching out his arms to save a woman in a blaze in high flats.
I LOVED the spirit and resilience of all the brilliant kids in the TV show Sighthill Stories, uprooted from their primary as the high flats in one of Glasgow's most deprived areas were demolished.
He lived then in the high flats overlooking the docks.
There's a greater risk for vulnerable people in such high flats.
I had an upset stomach and he prescribed me flat 7Up, which ironically was also my home address in the high flats.