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walk-up

1. An apartment building or commercial building without an elevator.
2. An apartment or office above the entry floor in such a building.
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Two contiguous four-story walk-ups with 59 apartments in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens sold for $14.
It was one of the fastest decisions I've seen in a while, especially since this was a fourth-floor walk-up.
The prewar walk-up properties are located on the northwest corner of Columbus Avenue and comprise 20 apartments and approximately 15,976 square feet.
The idea of building a walk-up in today's ultra-luxe (albeit economically tanking) market may seem quaint -- down-at-heel New York City tenements come to mind.
The four-story walk-ups include 40-11-40-19 79th Street, Elmhurst: 41-41 44th Street, Sunnyside; 47-07 39th Street, Sunnyside,; 151-10 35th Avenue, Flushing; 22-73 41st Street, Astori.
The four-story walk-up has 14 apartments and two commercial units.
The buildings at 2320, 2380,2386 and 2471 Grand Avenue, feature three five-story walk-ups and one six-story elevator apartment building with a total of 105 apartments and over 101,000 square feet.
Of the Continental Portfolio's 13 buildings, four are elevatored and the remaining nine are walk-ups.
Apart from the Bergen Street building, they also bought 228 Jefferson Street in Bushwick, 151 Dupont Street in Greenpoint and 136 North 8th Street in Williamsburg--all walk-ups.
As it gets closer to the event, tickets will be PS10 per person per day, the same price for walk-ups on the weekend itself.
Many realtors are following the military south, but Kim, who grew up in Yongsan-gu, continues to serve the area, especially Hannam, Itaewon, Haebangchon and Gyeongnidan, where housing ranges from cheap hillside hovels and affordable walk-ups to luxurious high-rises.
Smaller buildings (three stories or fewer) can be walk-ups, use less expensive structural systems and need less skin on the building.