six-storey

six-storey

adj
having six floors or storeys
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MIDDLESBROUGH'S main shopping street could be set for a big transformation as plans for a six-storey block of student flats go before councillors.
The site consists of a derelict six-storey office block, and a two-storey "retail frontage" building that faces onto School Street.
Images sent to the town hall show two towers scaling 23 storeys, connected by a six-storey building.
The six-storey building has a total of 10,000 sqm of leasable office space.
KARACHI -- The Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday lifted the ban on construction of more than six-storey buildings in metropolis by revoking its earlier order to slap this ban.
Abad officials claimed that the Supreme Court had given them permission to build up to six-storey buildings in the metropolis, but the KWSB was allegedly not issuing them NOCs.
THE contractor handling the construction of a six-storey building is an expansion of the Faculty of Arts, University of Ibadan, UYK Nigeria Limited has vowed to deliver the keys to the building to the management of the school at the scheduled time of nine months expected to complete the project.
Upon completion, there will be a 35-storey office tower, a 40-storey serviced apartment block with 480 units, and a six-storey commercial centre with a two-storey convention hall.
Summary: Blaze that started in pile of rubbish sees six-storey building evacuated
The fire at the six-storey building, which houses nearly 60 businesses, was still raging yesterday and dozens of firefighters attempted to control the blaze.
The court warned the builders that if permission for construction of six-storey buildings was violated, then 'exemplary cost' would be imposed on the owner of the building concerned and the money would be given to the buyers.