per door

per door

A common method of referring to the number of units in an apartment complex. One might say,“The annual maintenance expenses for my apartment projects generally run in the range of $150 per door.”

References in periodicals archive ?
Tenders are invited for Weather Strip 16 Feet Per Door, As Per Dlw Pt.
com)-- Villa Contento, a 38 unit luxury townhome community in Scottsdale, recently sold for $9,600,000 or approximately $252,000 per door.
Previously we would process the door in four steps, so we've been able to reduce the time per door from five to six minutes down to about one minute and 30 seconds," Daniel adds.
There have been a lot of acquisitions and then $5,000 to $10,000 per door capex [capital expenditures]," Cannon said.
5 percet Cap Rate and $516,666 per door demonstrates the demand for this type of product, as well as the unwavering strength of the Upper West Side Investment sales market," said Isak.
Development costs often exceed $200,000 per door, driving rents to levels affordable only by high-income residents," he adds.
The parts, of which there are typically 20 per door are 'broken-out' of the sheets and transferred to the folding department where operatives using servo-electric press brakes fold the flat-pattern parts into door kits.
However, the cost of the property is higher per door than a similar situated multifamily property.
The Lifetime Warranty scheme membership can be renewed on an annual basis, with one fixed annual fee per door that is determined by the level of cover required.
A Checkpoint system costs around $1,400 to $2,300 per door, plus the cost of the special tags or bottle locks.
Locks will vary in price with cost ranging from just a few pounds per door, but price is always dependent on the security level required, the number of locks changed, the need for additional security handles or other additional security, and labour - a professional will advise accordingly.