low-rise building

low-rise building

A building that is usually no more than five stories high.
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CCTV images showed a few flattened cars and a low-rise building with a collapsed wall.
Because we can get out of a low-rise building easily and quickly, and we have the time to do so **--if we have smoke alarms.
Flames and smoke were seen billowing from the low-rise building.
The new structure will replace a low-rise building that once housed Goldwater Hospital.
The freehold, six-storey low-rise building is situated near Seef Mall Isa Town, one of the first modern malls serving the community as well as Jid Ali and A'[euro]ili.
Images on China Central Television (CCTV) showed large plumes of black smoke billowing from a low-rise building with other images showing the injured lying on wooden pallets and being loaded on to trucks and ambulances.
Another low-rise building will feature Vida serviced apartments.
Another low-rise building will feature Vida serviced apartments, also catering for business and leisure visitors.
The school on the edge of the estate is a smart, newly-built low-rise building with Welsh slate pitched roofs.
The dispersion experiments were conducted on the roof of a typical low-rise building for stack heights 1 and 3 m (3.
Increasingly, industrial conversions are becoming an attractive option to creative Southern California firms that prefer a stand-alone, low-rise building that can reflect the unique culture of their company,'' says Cushman & Wakefield's Ted Simpson, who represented Activision in the transaction.
It will be a high-density development of 2,500 low-rise building erected on industrial wasteland.