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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See floor.

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Examples

  • A half-floor apartment on the sixth floor is also on the market for $2.25 million, creating a potential opportunity for an affluent buyer to create a 10,000-square-foot space for about $11 million, plus renovation costs.

    Home Doubling as Art Gallery

  • So later, they had to add this sort of half-floor up here to make room for all the TV people.

    CNN Transcript May 31, 2002

  • There is generally something like a ground floor that is more public, a half-floor or gallery above that is more private, and above that the bulk of the block of bedrooms, the huge hive with its innumerable and identical cells.

    What I Saw in America

  • Yet in the cabin he was not; we tore up the half-floor that it had.

    The Jimmyjohn Boss and Other Stories

  • Six 2,120 to 2,500 square-foot three-bedroom / three-bath half-floor condos priced from

    YoChicago

  • Eight available three - and four-bedroom half-floor condos priced from $2.9 million to $7.9 million

    YoChicago

  • Two 2,775 to 2,288 square-foot three-bedroom / 2. 5-bath half-floor condos priced from

    YoChicago

  • The Trump Tower is the exception to that rule, and the only half-floor unit that I found in that building is so big - 6,850 square feet - that it fills out half of the building's 87th floor.

    YoChicago

  • One available 6,850 square-foot four-bedroom / 5. 5-bath half-floor condo priced at $9.64 million

    YoChicago

  • Introductory prices on the lofts -- each of which is either a full-floor unit or a half-floor unit -- are below $300 per square foot, according to Filopoulos.

    The Real Deal New York - Latest News

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