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Low-rise

A relatively short multistory building, often described in building codes as not more than 75 feet tall, as opposed to a high-rise.
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However, low-rise projects are not just about buying cheap or a result of cost-cutting.
Experts also cite other inherent advantages of a low-rise that buyers prefer.
"Usually, low-rise living is associated with growing families, but more young professionals and single people are opting for this lifestyle.
While the low-rise trend has picked up, some experts believe it may not last long, especially in the affordable segment.
If the finance minster listens to them, low-rise units may continue to be in vogue for some time to come.