attached housing

attached housing

Housing that is attached to each other on at least one side. Contrast with detached housing, which is best exemplified by the traditional suburban home. 

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The proposed building code would allow the development of row houses, condos, cluster cottages and other types of attached housing, plus increase maximum building heights in some areas, while lowering top building heights along Willamette Street.
Millennials are also shown to prefer living in attached housing, living within walking distance of shops and restaurants, and having a short commute, and they are the most likely age group to make use of public transportation.
Coming out of the economic slowdown, for-sale attached housing construction has trailed other housing segments, dropping from a high of 30 % of total construction in 2006 to a low of 11 % in 2012, according to a recent report prepared for the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG).
According to Buseman the attached housing market in the Loop and Near South Side areas rebounded strongly in 2013.
Garden Terraces are attached housing arranged in a pinwheel pattern.
The commercial space will occupy the first floor of many of the attached housing buildings.
Indeed, the most common types of multifamily attached housing, such as two-to three-bedroom townhouses and one- to two-bedroom multifamily units, have the lowest impact per household on public school populations.
But the plans could be scuppered by fierce opposition to an attached housing scheme.
And a few city officials insist that since the developer is proposing attached housing in the form of apartment units to fulfill the affordable housing requirement, the development should set aside around 15 percent.
In high-cost areas, attached housing provides the greatest opportunity for truly affordable housing.
The second, state regulatory reforms, involves revising environmental review and local planning regulations, resolving the impact of construction defect litigation on attached housing production, maximizing community building in the construction and remodeling of schools and eliminating barriers to brownfield redevelopment.
Vehicular access to the interior square is through two breaks in the building mass, while pedestrians had four additional portal entrances through the attached housing blocks.