Commercial building definition

Commercial building means any building which is used primarily for carrying out any business, including but not limited to a nonprofit business, and any building which is used primarily for the manufacture or production of products, raw materials or agricultural commodities.
Commercial building means a building to which the provisions of ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1 apply, which includes buildings except low-rise residential buildings. Low-rise residential buildings include single family homes, multifamily structures of three stories or fewer above grade, and manufactured homes (modular and mobile).

Examples of Commercial building in a sentence

  • Due Diligence items includes – 1) termite inspection, 2) Phase 1 Environmental Assessment, 3) Commercial building inspection (HVAC, mechanical, electrical, etc.), 4) review of the preliminary title report, 5) City of Jurupa Valley coordination, and 6) hazardous materials – paint, mold, etc.


More Definitions of Commercial building

Commercial building means a building or structure used for any purpose or occupancy that is not defined in this section as a Residential Building.
Commercial building means a portion of a building that is not a private residence, where a business is located, and that is frequented by the public.
Commercial building means any real property other than a residential building containing fewer than five dwelling units.
Commercial building means any building except a building
Commercial building means any building other than a residential building,
Commercial building means a building or part of a building, which is used as shops, offices, business arcade, show rooms, display centers or market for sale of merchandise for retail only, building used for transaction of business or the keeping of accounts, records for similar purposes, professional service facilities, petrol pumps, restaurants, cinemas, theatres, banks, clubs run on commercial basis. Storage and service facilities incidental to the sale of merchandise shall be included under this group, except where exempted.