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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The broader context of that story is, of course, one of the most well-known urban stories in the history of the world, but the rise and fall of Hitler's Nazi regime and then of the Soviet-allied East German regime and its dividing wall are narratives seldom discussed (other than perhaps by Friedrich Engels) with the intent of foregrounding tenement housing.
Addams unabashedly discusses controversial issues like urban hunger, prostitution, unsafe working conditions, and tenement housing.
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Riis's reputation continued to grow, and he became a major influence in launching tenement housing reform, improving sanitary conditions, creating public parks and playgrounds, and documenting the need for more schools.
These efforts will include cleaning public parks and gardens, painting murals, taking underprivileged children on field trips and renovating tenement housing, high schools and hospitals.
I lived beside Dublin Corporation tenement housing at Keogh Square.
From the 1850s to the 1930s the hall deteriorated as it was used for tenement housing with as many as 35 people crammed into its rooms in 1891.
Trump: You're talking about at the tip of this city, lies a little group of terrible, terrible tenements--just terrible stuff, tenement housing.