nonresidential


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nonresidential

(ˌnɒnrɛzɪˈdɛnʃəl)
adj
1. not suitable or allocated for residence: nonresidential areas.
2. not having residence: nonresidential customers.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.nonresidential - not residential; "the commercial or nonresidential areas of a town"; "community colleges are typically nonresidential"
residential - used or designed for residence or limited to residences; "a residential hotel"; "a residential quarter"; "a residential college"; "residential zoning"
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Analysts are also watching new office building construction which has been one of the weakest areas since 2000 in the private nonresidential building sector.
It was the best of times for homebuilders and public construction; it was the worst of times for private nonresidential construction," said Kenneth D.
6 percent) offset declines in heavy construction and private nonresidential building and are the main reasons for the 7.
Generally, such improvements consist of interior work to nonresidential real estate.
The US window and door market will outperform most other industrialized areas through 2007, supported by growth in nonresidential building expenditures and residential repair and improvement spending.
Running counter to this downward trend was improvement for nonresidential building.
A third straight year of declines in private nonresidential building accounts for most of the loss in private building since 2000, says CIRB.
Nonresidential construction starts fell sharply in January.
The new contracts awarded for new construction in the seven-county area saw hike in the residential and nonresidential segments year-over-year in March.
The rise in residential investment elevated total fixed investment, compensating for weaker growth in nonresidential investment.
Beginning around 2001, employment in residential construction rose much faster than that in nonresidential construction, but the former then began a precipitous drop earlier than the latter; in addition, employee compensation has grown faster in recent years in nonresidential building construction than in residential building construction