Multiple dwelling

Multiple dwelling

A building for residential use that houses several separate family units.

multiple dwelling

A building for residential use which houses several separate family units, usually three or more.
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However, the new definition prohibits owners of an apartment in a class A multiple dwelling from renting out their apartment for less than 30 days.
To restore and preserve older neighborhoods, city (C) operates a program (P) to convert property with multiple dwelling units, originally developed as either single-family residences or duplexes, back to their original use.
They are also not subject to the maximum floor area limits for residential buildings in New York City set by the New York State Multiple Dwelling Law.
Commercially zoned buildings that have been imperfectly converted to residential use like 143 Chambers Street are officially known as Interim Multiple Dwelling ("IMD") properties.
As a result of the dark days of the 1970s and early 1980s, when there was a lack of commercial tenants, thousands of "Interim Multiple Dwelling," or IMD buildings, now exist throughout the city.
Except for the Multiple Dwelling Registration/Affidavit of Non-Multiple Dwelling form, which is not an E-Tax form but remains a mandatory form that will be sent to the appropriate office, these documents will be printed from ACRIS, signed and submitted to the recording office with the closing instruments.

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