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garden apartment

n.
1. A ground-floor apartment that has access to a landscaped area or a patio.
2. An apartment that is partly below ground level.

gar′den apart`ment


n.
1. a ground-floor apartment with access to a backyard.
2. a low-rise apartment building or building complex surrounded by lawns or gardens.
[1945–50]
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OKLAHOMA CITY Walnut Garden Apartments, 700 NW 16th St.
for the $199 million acquisition of Windsor Garden apartments in Norwood, Massachusetts.
"We are really very excited to have our new website design, client feedback is quite positive so far, thanks to the designer team of AKS Websoft who made the website exactly as we wanted," said Barry Hyatt, owner of Cascade Garden Apartments. He also said, "As a business owner, we want to show the best of us to our customers in least steps possible, overall, the site's simplified mobile friendly look along with more relevant content will improve its position in the search engines and let customers better interact with us."
The authority, in its reply submitted in the court through its counsel regarding the Moon Garden apartments case, said 30 per cent of the land by the the firm's owner belonged to Cantonment and 20 per cent of the provincial government.
The Caleta Garden Apartments occupy a great location in the central part of the island a short walk from the beach.
The sale follows the earlier leasing of Duplex A, one of the double-level garden apartments with a private pool and garden, which has been leased at a monthly rental of HK$850,000 for a three year term.
The courtyard of new properties includes two and three bedroom villas and superb value one bedroom garden apartments.
Jackson, who draws upon his more than 30 years experience and expertise as a builders of quality homes and a developer of subdivisions and even garden apartments..
She argues that northeast Queens was a diverse place--diverse in its built environment, which included homes, rental garden apartments (one of them occupied by Betty Friedan and her husband), and cooperative garden apartments; diverse in its mix of occupations; and, despite being "almost exclusively white" (31), the beneficiary of ethnic diversity, most of it provided by a large number of Jewish families in some locales; even a place of "ideological diversity" (59), where people disagreed on the desirability of low-income housing or debated the impact of the Cold War on civil liberties.
This article examines results of a survey of residents at "institutional-grade" garden apartments in several cities.
Ideal Properties Group has been exclusively engaged to market The Brooklyn Garden Apartments in Greenwood Heights.
The three bedroom apartment at 106, Britannic Garden Apartments is very nearly new, one of the most recently-completed of the new homes at Britannic Park, Moseley.