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Synonyms for condominium

one of the dwelling units in a condominium

housing consisting of a complex of dwelling units (as an apartment house) in which each unit is individually owned

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For more than two decades, the Concept has been relied upon as a practical and easy-to-use guide for condominium living.
SJP Residential Properties, developers of 45 Park Avenue, announced the building is more the 50% sold, an important sales milestone for the new luxury condominium located on the corner of 37th Street and Park Avenue.
To offer safer and more comfortable living conditions, the Clio Shonan-Chigasaki condominium was designed from the master plan stage to include crime prevention measures and incorporate a high-quality security system.
For more than 54 years, Chula Vista has been a relaxing retreat for families across the country," said Mike Kaminski, developer of Chula Vista Condominiums, LLC and president and general manager of Chula Vista Resort.
Since January, De La Rosa has watched and participated as volunteers from the San Gabriel Valley Chapter of Habitat for Humanity have worked on a $557,000 three-unit, two-story condominium complex, where she and her family will live.
In 1985, Mehdi and Alexandra Razavi purchased a condominium for $355,000 in South Seas Plantation (SSP) in Florida.
Construction on the $200 million ICON Vallarta will begin in mid-2007 and includes 343 condominiums ranging from $200,000 to $1 million, a cost value not typically found in the United States or other areas of the world.
With condominiums, cooperatives and homeowners associations, the bulk of work relates to registrations and other administrative tasks.
The regulations to the Condominium Act were developed following extensive consultations with stakeholders, including unit-owner associations, condominium managers, developers, planners, engineers and architects.
Analysts attributed the big jump to a stabilization of the market as it returns to a more normal mix of condominium and single-family home sales.
It is similarly impossible to discern visually whether a building or group of buildings constitutes a single condominium or a series of separate and distinct condominiums.
2 /PRNewswire/ -- A ruling handed down today by the California Supreme Court in a closely-watched case has upheld the right of condominium associations to make and enforce rules known as CC&Rs, protecting the investments of the 20 percent of all Californians who live in condominiums, said Beverly Hills attorney Leonard Siegel.
is the nation's leading auction marketing firm, with recent sales including 40 condominiums in Tampa Bay as well as condominium units in Austin, Texas, and Fish Creek, Iowa.
Carlson, executive director of the Federation of New York Housing Co-operatives and Condominiums and CEO of Carlson Realty, a full-service management consulting firm, has been elected president of the New York Association of Realty Managers (NYARM), an organization of real estate managers, contractors and professionals serving the New York metropolitan area.