subcellar


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subcellar

The level, or levels, of a building below the cellar.
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The proposed structure will have museum space at the subcellar, the cellar and the ground floor.
For example, 40-story high-rises with equipment in the 1,500- to 2,000-ton range may have equipment that was rigged in the subcellar before construction.
The proceeds of the loan will be used, in part, to convert the remaining floors to residential apartments, significantly upgrade the residential amenities and build out commercial space on the mezzanine and subcellar floors.
On the subcellar floors, developers restored the bank's magnificent 1920s vault doors, each weighing 45 tons, complete with the original gears and machinations, and transformed them into works of art that lead to the Pool Pavilion and Spa.
Another project Varian is particularly proud of is the building of a massive bank vault inside a subcellar of one of the banks in the World Trade Center that would be "able to withstand the collapse of the World Trade Center.