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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TARGET Police believe some of the laser attacks on planes flying into Glasgow, below, have come from high flats in Drumchapel, on left
Dorothy, 57, said: "This is a fantastic idea and I am so disappointed that this is not being rolled out to all the high flats. We have a few Jack, Victor and Isa's in our flats.
A resident who lives near the Dunlop Tower high flats in East Kilbride said: "I was lying on my couch watching TV when I noticed what I thought was paper fluttering past the window.
In what's been described as the most professional underworld hit in Scotland, McPhie, 51, was killed by a sniper from high flats.
Several hours after the incident, which happened at 6.20pm, police discovered a crossbow found abandoned at high flats across the road.
A community council member reported that there had been a brick thrown through Maxwellton Court's high flats' side fire door during the Christmas period, and that vandalism of laundry units was endemic.
They have treble-checked their calculations to ensure that thousands of tons of rubble from the Dundee high flats does not come down on the Episcopal church that stands in the gap between them.
It's a far cry from the days when we played keepy-uppy for hours at the garages of the high flats in Linwood, eh Vincey?
A skeleton staff was still managing to stave off the worst effects of a three-week strike by engineers who maintained lifts at more than two dozen high flats in Renfrew District, we reported in December 1977.
"All the parents mucked in and went round all their neighbours in the high flats every week collecting tokens from them."
SO sorry to see Glasgow's Red Road high flats coming down.
The six-stone bulldog turned savage at 3am on December 1 last year in a common stair at the Cables Wynd House high flats in Leith, Edinburgh.