A loft (American English), or level (British English, Indian English), is an independent lodging unit (a sort of private land) that involves just piece of a structure, by and large on a solitary story. There are numerous names for these general structures, see beneath. The lodging residency of condos additionally shifts significantly, from enormous scope public lodging, to proprietor inhabitance inside what is legitimately an apartment suite (layers title or commonhold), to occupants leasing from a private landowner (see leasehold bequest).  apartemen


1 Terminology

1.1 “Flat” versus “condo”

1.2 By lodging residency

1.3 By size of the unit

1.4 By size of the structure

1.5 By nation

2 Types and qualities

2.1 Studio condo

2.2 Garden condo (US)

2.3 Garden level (UK)

2.4 Basement loft

2.5 Secondary suite

2.6 Salon loft

2.7 Maisonette

2.8 One dwelling with two stories

2.9 Small structures with two or three one-story residences

2.10 Loft loft

2.11 Penthouse

2.12 Communal loft

2.13 Serviced loft

2.14 Facilities

2.15 Various

3 Historical models

3.1 Pre-Columbian Americas

3.2 Ancient Rome

3.3 Ancient and archaic Egypt

3.4 Yemen

3.5 Ancient China

4 Current models

4.1 England

4.2 Scotland

4.3 United States

4.3.1 Property classes

4.4 Canada

4.5 Australia

4.6 Yugoslavia

5 See too

6 References

7 External connections


“Level” versus “loft”

The two words allude to an independent private unit with its own front entryway, kitchen, latrine, and restroom. In certain pieces of the world, the word loft alludes to a reason assembled unit in a structure, while the word level methods a changed over unit in a more seasoned structure, generally a major house.[citation needed] In different spots the terms are compatible.

The term loft is supported in North America (albeit in certain urban areas level is utilized for a unit which is essential for a house containing a few units, regularly one to a floor[1][citation needed]). In the UK, the term loft is more normal in expert land and compositional circles where in any case the term level is utilized generally, however not only, for a condo on a solitary level (henceforth a ‘level’ condo).

In certain nations, “unit” is a more broad term alluding to the two condos and rental business suites. The word ‘unit’ is for the most part utilized uniquely with regards to a particular structure; e.g., “This structure has three units” or “I will lease a unit in this structure”, however not “I will lease a unit some place”.

A few structures can be portrayed as ‘blended use structures’, which means a piece of the structure is for business, business, or office use, typically on the principal floor or first couple of floors, and at least one condos are found in the remainder of the structure, for the most part on the upper floors.

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