multiple-family

multiple-family

Said of a building in which more than two families or households live independently of each other and do cooking within their own living quarters.
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Trustees were generally pleased with the plans, as they agreed to rezone the 0.96-acre site from a one-family dwelling district to multiple-family dwelling district, along with approvals for a planned unit development, a final plat of resubdivision and 14 variations.
In order to help contractors and other construction workers understand and apply the provisions of the National Electrical Code, Miller presents detailed information in a format based on type of occupancy-one-family dwellings, multiple-family dwellings, and commercial sites-organized in easy-to-read units, and enhanced with technical illustrations.
C-5 zoning allows for a wide range of development including the elements specific to Greenstone's proposal: office, parking structure, multiple-family dwellings (apartments), outdoor recreation facilities and planned development.
All multiple-family residential buildings across Bulgaria, with a minimum of 36 separate apartments, are eligible to apply at their corresponding municipalities.
Doherty last week launched "e-cycleNYC," a new electronics re-cycling program for multiple-family buildings.
When asked which of 9 distribution channels is the most appealing for asset managers to address the needs of high net worth investors, the survey respondents ranked RIAs and wealth managers highest, giving them a 4.5 score on a desirability scale (where 4.5 is the most desirable and 1 is the least desirable), followed by multiple-family offices, which received a 4.4 score.
Multiple-family therapy has a considerable evidence base in work with children, adults, and their families who manifest emotional, behavioral, and psychosomatic presentations, they say.
The business owners' program is designed for commercial property, including multiple-family buildings.
One of the multiple-family units is on the street; the other is directly behind it.
This can sometimes be addressed through culturally specific multiple-family groups.
Multiple-family groups (MFGs) have been proposed as a responsive intervention modality for low-income, ethnic minority children and families given their increased risk of psychopathology (Aponte, Zarski, Bixenstene, & Cibik, 1991, Boyd-Franklin, 1993; McKay, Gonzales, Stone, Ryland, & Kohner, 1995).

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