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“For a taste of how heated San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood has become, consider the eventful year that the four-story building at 642 Harrison Street just went through.”
“Visitors entering the gray, four-story building that in the 1930s and 40s housed the company's administrative offices are greeted with the Topf & Sons motto from the World War II era: "Always glad to serve you ...”
“It's one thing to hear about the four-story Ferris wheel inside the Toys 'R' Us; it's another to buy a $4.50 ticket and climb aboard don't worry, no one will see you.”
“The four-story house at 101 East 63rd St. just east of Park Avenue, has a two-car garage, two living rooms, a master bedroom suite, a floating staircase, an interior balcony and three other bedrooms.”
“I'm for mixed retail and mid-rise (four-story) development along arterials, but NOT on the side streets.”
“The council does plan to adopt two modest upzones around the Rainier Beach and Beacon Hill light rail stations, which have been the subject of formal complaints by neighborhood activists who say six-story buildings (as opposed to the four-story buildings currently allowed next to the stations) will destroy the character of their neighborhoods.”
“Known to his fellow Etonians simply as Will Wales, the prince still had to contend with having a security officer—one of nineteen assigned to guard him at Eton—living in a room adjacent to his at Manor House, a four-story residence hall that housed fifty boys.”
“Two airstrikes hit a four-story building that government escorts said had once been an intelligence headquarters but now belonged to the Agriculture Ministry.”
“Down the line, I am told, an adjacent apartment building will be converted into four-story villas.”
“The four-story townhouse on East 19th Street sold last month, according to property records filed on Wednesday.”
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