Definition of plex
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Zachary T. Hays fatally shot 42-year-old Gabriel Sanchez, his downstairs neighbor in a four-plex apartment building, on May 1, 2016, and later that day also killed an Illinois woman on a freeway in Sauk County.
An existing two-story, red brick four-plex on the site would be razed.
Her mortgage was $580 and her tenant in the back paid $550, allowing her to save money and buy her next property, a four-plex on Thalia Street for $12,000.
Riley said the company plans to demolish the home that’s there and replace it with three four-plex buildings.
The encounter was the culmination of at least three visits by officers that day to the four-plex Geney shared with his parents on Deborah Drive.
Ideally located at 119th and Lone Elm Road, Grayson Place offers a variety of villas, including stand-alone homes and four-plex units, so there’s truly something for everyone.
Sofa, 100″ Macalester in Vance Charcoal; coffee table, Rand; ottomans, Lind Cowhide Cocktail #529109; console table, Linear; floor lamp, Tri-plex—Room & Board; roomandboard.com.
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First Known Use of plex
Definition of -plex
1 : a figure of a given power googolplex
2 : a building divided into an often specified number of spaces (such as apartments or movie theaters) fourplex multiplex
Origin and Etymology of -plex
partly from Latin -plex (as in duplex); partly from complex
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