Housing Units

Some articles on housing, housing units, unit, units, housing unit:

Construction Industry Of Iran - Market
... own homes, with huge amounts of idle money entering the housing market ... The housing industry is one of the few segments of the Iranian economy where state capital shares as little as two per cent of the market, and the remaining 98 per cent is ... projects, the use of new technologies and fast-pace project execution, a larger portion of the housing market is accessible ...
Leggett, California - Demographics
... There were 78 housing units at an average density of 28.8 per square mile (11.1/km²), of which 23 (41.8%) were owner-occupied, and 32 (58.2%) were ... of the population) lived in owner-occupied housing units and 63 people (51.6%) lived in rental housing units ...
Camp Lehman - History
... buildings of the CCC became unsuitable to house prisoners, a new building (renamed Superior unit, in 1986) was constructed on the site where the facility is now located ... in 1986 when three new eighty single-prisoner-room housing units named Michigan unit, Huron unit, Erie unit, were added ... Also added at that time an activity building (Ontario unit) which primarily served as an activity/visiting room ...
Silver Lake, Providence, Rhode Island - Demographics
... Housing tenure in Silver Lake has remained mostly unchanged over the past decade ... The proportion of owner-occupied housing units declined slightly from 36.6 percent to 35 percent between 1990 and 2000 ... About a fifth of all housing units in Silver Lake are single-family units, and most other structures house two to four families ...
Agustín Landa Verdugo - Housing Units
... Verdugo began working on ambitious public housing complexes ... and it was repeated by the state's housing agencies in many of the social housing complexes built in Mexico City and other parts of the country during the 1960s ... Between 1965 and 1967, Landa Verdugo designed a new housing unit known as Lomas de Sotelo, with 2,090 apartments ...

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