ground floor


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ground floor

the floor of a building level or almost level with the ground

Ground floor

The floor or story of a building at or slightly above grade level; excluding the basement but including all of the construction up to the floor above.

ground floor

The floor of a building which is nearest the surrounding surface of the ground; usually the first floor in the US but sometimes a floor between a basement or cellar and the first floor.
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At 98 Smith Street in Brooklyn, a two-story property offering 600 s/f of ground floor retail space, Eleven Jewelry has signed a lease.
The ground floor space is situated on the north side of West 49th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues.
Ground floor lobby and reception: monolithic reception desk with writing tablets of stacked glass.
Though the ground floor cannot be divided, the lower level and ground floors can be leased to two separate tenants or a single user.
The duo is handling space at 341-345 Amsterdam Avenue at 76th Street, where they have from 1,200 to 3,000 s/f of ground floor space.
There are three other main ground floor points of entry: MPs have a special entrance in the south-east corner of the plan; the public comes in at the north-east corner; scholars enter next to the south-west corner.
181 multi-family housing rehabilitation restructuring PMR + 1 on the ground floor, and the creation of two units on the ground floor PMR inputs ABCDE Street Lalau and social rehabilitation center Abbey Lalau Street residence St Roch Marquette-lez-Lille.
It currently has 3,000 s/f on the ground floor with a 4,500 s/f selling lower level on Broadway between 11th and 12th Streets.