The area with bungalows built in 1920s–1930s in New Delhi is now known as Lutyens' Bungalow Zone and is an architectural heritage area. In Bandra, a suburb of India's commercial capital Mumbai, numerous colonial-era bungalows exist; they are threatened by removal and replacement of ongoing development.
"For every condo in Florida—whether it's in a residential or commercial association or a mixed–use community—legislatively it's all the same," says Bill Worrall, vice president of The Continental Group, which is based in Hollywood, Fla., and manages 1,300 condominium and homeowner associations totaling 310,000 residential units.
The term "duplex" can't be extended to three-unit and four-unit buildings, as they would be referred to with specific terms such as triplex and fourplex or quadplex/quadruplex. Because of the flexibility of the term, the line between an apartment building and a duplex is somewhat blurred, with apartment buildings tending to be bigger, while duplexes are usually the size of a normal house.
Cluster house: an older form of the Q-type house (see below) Condominium: a form of ownership with individual apartments for everyone, and co-ownership (by percentages) of all of the common areas, such as corridors, hallways, stairways, lobbies, recreation rooms, porches, rooftops, and any outdoor areas of the grounds of the buildings.
Your Buildings premium is calculated using the current “Rebuilding Cost” of your property, taking into account specialist or unusual construction materials or methods, labour costs, demolition & site clearance and professional fees involved in the reconstruction of the property, either to modern standards or to be in keeping with the locality (and taking into account any local authority requirements).
About Commercial Buildings & Commercial Building Floor Plans... Designed as free-standing buildings, Commercial Building plans accommodate various businesses and other groups. This collection of commercial building plans includes designs that have one or more levels. Most are designed to accommodate more than one business or tenant.
Construction Types - Definitions TYPE I-A--Fire Resistive Non-combustible (Commonly found in high-rise buildings and Group I occupancies). 3 Hr. Exterior Walls* 3 Hr. Structural Frame 2 Hr. Floor/Ceiling Assembly 1 ½ Hr. Roof Protection TYPE I-B--Fire Resistive Non-Combustible (Commonly found in mid-rise office & Group R buildings).
Type 2: Non-Combustible Type 2 construction is typically found in new buildings and remodels of commercial structures. The walls and roofs are constructed of non-combustible materials. Specifically, walls are usually reinforced masonry or tilt slab, while roofs have metal structural members and decking.
1 Hr. Structural Frame 1 Hr. Floor/Ceiling/Roof Protection TYPE II-B--Unprotected Non-Combustible (Most common type of non-combustible construction used in commercial buildings). Building constructed of non-combustible materials but these materials have no fire resistance.
Commercial property includes office buildings, industrial property, medical centers, hotels, malls, retail stores, farm land, multifamily housing buildings, warehouses, and garages. In many states, residential property containing more than a certain number of units qualifies as commercial property for borrowing and tax purposes.