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ground floor

the floor of a building level or almost level with the ground

Ground floor

The floor or story of a building at or slightly above grade level; excluding the basement but including all of the construction up to the floor above.

ground floor

The floor of a building which is nearest the surrounding surface of the ground; usually the first floor in the US but sometimes a floor between a basement or cellar and the first floor.
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At 98 Smith Street in Brooklyn, a two-story property offering 600 s/f of ground floor retail space, Eleven Jewelry has signed a lease.
The ground floor space is situated on the north side of West 49th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues.
Ground floor lobby and reception: monolithic reception desk with writing tablets of stacked glass.
The other two Ground Floor chambers are most closely associated with Franklin Roosevelt.
Though the ground floor cannot be divided, the lower level and ground floors can be leased to two separate tenants or a single user.
A four-story building with 9,800 square feet of ground floor retail/restaurant space and 59 loft-style apartments, designed by Kanner Architects, will be located across the street from City Hall West at the southwest corner of Anaheim Blvd.
The duo is handling space at 341-345 Amsterdam Avenue at 76th Street, where they have from 1,200 to 3,000 s/f of ground floor space.
There are three other main ground floor points of entry: MPs have a special entrance in the south-east corner of the plan; the public comes in at the north-east corner; scholars enter next to the south-west corner.
One Aragon will consist of 184 luxury rental apartments on ten floors in addition to ground floor retail and restaurants and four levels of parking.
181 multi-family housing rehabilitation restructuring PMR + 1 on the ground floor, and the creation of two units on the ground floor PMR inputs ABCDE Street Lalau and social rehabilitation center Abbey Lalau Street residence St Roch Marquette-lez-Lille.
It currently has 3,000 s/f on the ground floor with a 4,500 s/f selling lower level on Broadway between 11th and 12th Streets.