Definition of condo
: condominium 3
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Staples moved to South Shore in 1970, choosing a lakefront condo in a building that was still all-white.
Green Coast has also recently teamed up with the New Orleans Redevelopment Fund in developing a new-construction affordable condo building on Banks Street in Mid-City.
Prior residents of the condo, including the owners of the huskies, have had trouble before, police said.
Extell, led by Gary Barnett, ushered in Manhattan’s luxury-condo boom with One57, across from Carnegie Hall.
Developer Related California was set to convert the art museum’s site in Newport Center into a 25-story, 100-unit condo tower.
The condo comes with Belgium linen window coverings, vintage crystal door knobs, original parquet wood floors, and a stackable washer and dryer in a closet.
Mr. Michael and his wife owned a condo on 94th Street in Ocean City for years.
The walls of the couple’s $4 million Park Avenue condo are filled with works by both blue-chip and emerging artists [and] is estimated to be worth millions.
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