condo

noun
con·​do | \ ˈkän-(ˌ)dō How to pronounce condo (audio) \
plural condos

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The tax plan, if enacted, would levy the biggest tax on a small number of houses, co-ops and condos with market values of $25 million or more, a Wall Street Journal analysis shows. Josh Barbanel, WSJ, "New Tax Could Hurt Value of Some of New York’s Most Expensive Homes," 23 Mar. 2019 With 67 residences, wraparound terraces, and column-free walls of floor-to-ceiling glass, the building offers expansive views of New York City—something a condo built in 2019 cannot be without. Samantha Swenson, ELLE Decor, "Interior Designer Cyril Vergniol Says Goodbye to Cookie-Cutter Apartments," 8 Mar. 2019 That started in 1981 when Trump fanned a rumor that Prince Charles and his new bride, Lady Diana Spencer, planned to purchase a $5 million, 21-room condo in Trump Tower. Annie Linskey, BostonGlobe.com, "Donald Trump has long obsession with the British royal family," 13 July 2018 While some condos are still under construction, deeds to at least 11 of them have been signed over, including one for $4.1 million, and the first few residents have moved in. Tony Bizjak, sacbee, "Kings sue contractor over soaring costs at unfinished downtown tower project," 4 July 2018 The condo is in the exclusive Atelier building that’s reportedly home to a slew of celebrities. Chris Woodyard, USA TODAY, "Buy this $85M N.Y. condo and get a free trip to outer space," 17 May 2018 Despite their hip urban reputation, condos have been on the scene in Portland for a long time. Janet Eastman, OregonLive.com, "On the market: Over-the-top, luxury condos (photos)," 12 May 2018 Resale condos were at a median of $418,000 with 1,038 sales, and down from a peak of $425,000 reached in February. Phillip Molnar, sandiegouniontribune.com, "San Diego home price hits new record high: $550K," 23 Apr. 2018 The condo is large at 2,800 square feet, and the rooms are large as well. Judy Rose, Detroit Free Press, "House Envy: Historic Detroit Towers condo comes with a view, staff to spoil you," 17 Mar. 2018

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condo

noun
con·​do | \ ˈkän-dō How to pronounce condo (audio) \
plural condos

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