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walk-up

1. An apartment building or commercial building without an elevator.
2. An apartment or office above the entry floor in such a building.
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Of the Continental Portfolio's 13 buildings, four are elevatored and the remaining nine are walk-ups.
It was one of the fastest decisions I've seen in a while, especially since this was a fourth-floor walk-up.
The prewar walk-up properties are located on the northwest corner of Columbus Avenue and comprise 20 apartments and approximately 15,976 square feet.
The idea of building a walk-up in today's ultra-luxe (albeit economically tanking) market may seem quaint -- down-at-heel New York City tenements come to mind.
Apart from the Bergen Street building, they also bought 228 Jefferson Street in Bushwick, 151 Dupont Street in Greenpoint and 136 North 8th Street in Williamsburg--all walk-ups.
The 19,884 s/f walk-up includes 28 residential units and two commercial units.
We sold 12,800 season tickets at the start of the season and the walk-ups have been remarkable.
Kennita Taylor, an assistant at Five Points Shell, said most of the customers that come into Five Points Shell are walk-ups.
Walk-ups lead the way with 23 percent of property sales volume.
18 floors would feel rather OliteO in Hong Kong; however, in Macau, the Sofitel towers over the neighbouring walk-ups, presenting a sweeping view over downtown Macau on one side, and out over the entwining rivers of the harbour on the other.
Early registration is strongly recommended as walk-ups may or may not be available on event day.
Nationals Park is also open-air, meaning less walk-ups due to rainouts, rain delays, or the threat of bad weather.