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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A storefront used as a residence offered more space than a room in the tenement building.
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about 1916, can be visited on a separate "living history" tour, where a member of the family greets tourists as if they had just arrived to become tenants of the tenement building.
He came from a poor family and was raised in a tenement building.
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Marianne is 16 and living in a grimy and sordid tenement building in Victorian Grimsby, destined to a life of poverty because she is illegitimate.
Truly, it's the kind of movie to cause tinnitus, with trucks, terrorists and even a tenement building all going boom at regular intervals.
Once former FBI agent Castle sees every blood relative gunned down at a family reunion in Puerto Rico, he goes underground and resurfaces in Tampa, living in a funky tenement building complex shared by a couple of shut-in geeks (memorably played by Ben Foster and John Pinette) and a recovering-addict hottie (Rebecca Romijn-Stamos), who tells him, ``Don't let your memories kill you.
This slim, delightful volume of the stories of four immigrant families who settled in a dark tenement building on New York's Lower East Side humanizes the struggles and triumphs of those families while reflecting on the shared experiences of all immigrants who come to America seeking a new life.
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