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Amenities

Anything that makes a property, good, or service more appealing. For example, a grocer may offer free home delivery for the elderly, or a condo may offer free access to a gym.
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amenities

Particular features that add to the value of a property, such as a whirlpool tub and steam shower in a house,or swimming pool and tennis courts in a condominium project.

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The SCS expands on this work by showing that proximity to a blend of neighborhood amenities is associated with noneconomic values such as community satisfaction and trust.
"Landlords might pick amenities that might draw people in, but it's hard to quantify what works," Bulger said.
CDA officials said there are over 100 illegal housing schemes in Islamabad which have used land they promised will be left for green areas and for amenities.
Today, except for a dozen of such formal amenities built by our concessionaires, there are no such facilities.
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Since opening its doors in July 1983, Concept Amenities has grown the business with a global mind-set and are now established in Australasia, North America and Europe and their presence continues to grow in The Middle East and Asia.
Estimating values for private amenities can contribute to our understanding of landowners' decisions and their responsiveness to outreach and policies for oak woodlands.
The inn, part of the Diamond Collection of guest-reviewed and rated collection of inns, is offering amenities such as private baths, complimentary Internet services, luxury amenities, and flexible check-out times.
"On a societal level, the value of amenities is important because our health care system currently pays for them," explained Dana Goldman, director of the Schaeffer Center at the University of Southern California (USC).
Amenities: Golf course, tennis courts, pool, health/fitness center, clubhouse, gated
But "permanent" even for traditional retirees who are still an important part of the permanent type of amenity migration may not be as final as it has been, given that increased wealth enables some to continue to seek amenities in other locales.
WHO are the people of Huddersfield (Comment, July 15) that are keen to see amenities improved on the ancient site of Castle Hill?