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n. pl. dock·o·mini·ums
1. A dockside community of privately owned boats moored in slips that are purchased for year-round living.
2. A slip in such a community.


(ˌdɒk əˌmɪn i əm)
a dock or boat slip bought and sold as real property.
[1980–85; dock1 + (cond)ominium]
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82 acres of deeded deep water canal 90' wide, 1150' of shorline including submerged land for dockominiums.
As waterfront property vanishes to high rises, Greyhawk remains constant in their development mission of delivering to the marina community an upgraded facility with dockominiums as a real estate investment.
15 acres of deeded deep water canal includes submerged land for dockominiums.