con·do | \ˈkän-(ˌ)dō \
plural condos

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Homebuyers who can’t afford such inflationary housing prices might consider buying a condo. Kevin Kelleher, Fortune, "San Francisco's Home Prices Soared an Average of $205,000 in the Past 6 Months," 6 July 2018 Electric service to Shooter's Yuma condo was turned off around Feb. 9. Dustin Gardiner, azcentral, "Don Shooter can stay on ballot despite residency concerns, judge says," 15 June 2018 The 10-story Beaux-Arts home of the Jewish newspaper The Forward, with its reliefs of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, has been converted to condos on East Broadway. Charles V. Bagli, New York Times, "A $54 Million Offer to Build Oversize Towers Divides Seward Park," 10 June 2018 Every block hadn’t been sacrificed to a luxury condo. Stella Bugbee, The Cut, "Remembering the Magic of Kate Spade," 5 June 2018 But some early 1970s-era apartment complexes were changed to condos years ago, like Woodmere on Central Avenue. Steve Harrison, charlotteobserver, "Charlotte's last big apartment boom was in 1972. Here's what it looked like. | Charlotte Observer," 17 May 2018 The University Lofts building includes 30 new, one- and two-bedroom suites, in addition to a few two-bedroom condos. Anne Nickoloff,, "University Lofts offers newly-updated downtown Cleveland suites: Apartment of the week," 25 Apr. 2018 Access to Phoenix X condo will be limited to Phoenix X residents and renters. Lawrence Specker,, "Flora-Bama presents Mullet Toss rules to remember," 13 Apr. 2018 Also, weird mafia thugs come to Hiram's condo to talk to him, so someone's probably going to get whacked. Christopher Rosa, Glamour, "'Riverdale' Season 2 Episode 17 Recap: Cheryl and Toni Have a Big Moment," 28 Mar. 2018

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1964, in the meaning defined above

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