Garden apartment


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Garden apartment

A ground-floor apartment with access to a garden or other adjacent outdoor space: two- or three-story apartment buildings with communal gardens.

garden apartment

1. Ground-floor apartment with access to a garden or other adjacent outdoor space.
2. Two- or three-story apartment buildings with communal gardens, generally located in the suburbs.
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Understanding the demographic composition of garden apartment residents is also essential for developing focused marketing plans for tenant attraction and retention purposes.
The firm arranged a $2 million, 10-year refinance bank loan for a 47-unit, fully-leased garden apartment in Elizabeth, NJ.
Private investors continue to seek tax-deferral advantages through our tenant-in-common investment opportunities - especially in off-campus garden apartments - under 1031 Exchange provisions in the Tax Code," McCarthy said.
The "Windermere Place Apartments" is an 672-bed garden apartment community located at 3701 North Marleon Drive, Muncie, IN 47304.
in Rahway, a two-story garden apartment building fully occupied at the time of sale;
The University Heights at Tallahassee Apartments is an 876-bedroom garden apartment community located at 2915 Sharer Road that also serves Florida A&M and Tallahassee Community College.
of Sitar Company exclusively represented the undisclosed seller in sale of Borden Village, a 24 unit garden apartment complex situated on two acres in Point Pleasant, Ocean County.
Evergreen Development, LLC today announced the $29,850,000 purchase of a 288-unit, 816 bedroom "Collegiate Living" garden apartment community for off-campus housing in San Marcos, Texas serving Texas State University.
Rosewell Gardens, an 18-unit garden apartment complex on the South Amboy Waterfront in Middlesex County, sold for $1.
Evergreen Development, LLC today announced the $34,550,000 purchase of a 308-unit, 828 bedroom "Collegiate Living" garden apartment community for off-campus housing in College Station close to Texas A&M University.
David Tobin arranged a permanent first mortgage in the amount of $6,500,000 for an 88-unit senior citizen garden apartment complex in Oakdale, Long Island.
Most '50s- and '60s-era garden apartment communities were characterized by their low-rise profiles, brick facades, columns and ornamental metal fences, and were often given bucolic-sounding names, such as Village Green or Sea Breezes.