Definitions

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  • adj. Containing multiple units

Etymologies

multi- +β€Ž unit (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Under city law, all private haulers are required to offer recycling services to these buildings, known as multiunit or high-density residences.

    Chicago Reader

  • Smaller reactors, which can be built in factories, are also meant to be safer than bigger reactors such as the multiunit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan, which suffered a catastrophic accident earlier this year after a devastating earthquake and tsunami.

    Fluor Buys Stake in Reactor Maker

  • Developers eager to capitalize on the real-estate boom bought up many of the homes and built larger, multiunit homes in their place.

    Multifamily Homes Face New Curbs

  • The ongoing malaise, paradoxically, is only boosting the opportunities for investors in multiunit rental properties.

    A Bull Market in Rental Housing

  • The 1968 bill, called the Open Housing Law, would mean that by year end all owners or landlords of multiunit buildings would be forbidden to discriminate against potential buyers or renters on the basis of ethnicity, age, or religion.

    Burial for a King

  • If you're in a multiunit building, alert neighbors as you leave.

    What to do if you smell gas in the house

  • A pretty woman sits in a convention center in Orlando, Florida, the site of a large annual event for companies and charities that build and run multiunit housing specially designed for older people.

    Shock of Gray

  • Last month, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed new recycling rules: Garbage collectors who notice those plastic bottles in your trash bin will let you off the hook the first time with a warning; after that, it's up to a $100 penalty for single-family homes and up to $1,000 for multiunit buildings.

    Jennifer Grayson: Eco Etiquette: Roommate Recycling Woes; Guests vs. Mosquitoes

  • Individual homeowners and banks aren't the only property owners sitting on unsold single-family and multiunit homes.

    By the Numbers: Uncle Sam wants you . . . . to buy one of the thousands of homes he owns

  • Mr. Rennert, meanwhile, has his own multiunit spread nearby at 625 Park Avenue, plus his 63-acre oceanfront property β€” β€œthe largest home in America,” The New York Times wrote in 1998.

    Big Deal! Big-Hearted Baron Ira Rennert Buys Daughters Spreads in 740 Park, 778 Park for $60 M.-Plus

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