Multiple-family dwelling definition

Multiple-family dwelling means a property containing 5 or more residential units, including those which are occupied seasonally.
Multiple-family dwelling means a property containing five (5) or more residential units, including those which are occupied seasonally.
Multiple-family dwelling means a residential structure or group of structures which is capable of separately housing more than one family unit.

Examples of Multiple-family dwelling in a sentence

  • Multiple Family Dwelling" means a building, or portion thereof, containing three or more dwelling units.


More Definitions of Multiple-family dwelling

Multiple-family dwelling means a building containing 2 or more dwelling units;
Multiple-family dwelling means a building or site containing three (3) or more dwelling units (also see "duplex"). The term includes single-room-occupancy dwelling units, typically comprised of one or two (2) rooms (which may include a kitchen and/or a bathroom, in addition to a bed), that are restricted to occupancy by no more than two (2) persons.
Multiple-family dwelling means a dwelling that contains more than one living unit.
Multiple-family dwelling means a structure containing more than one dwelling unit.
Multiple-family dwelling means an “apartment complex” or a “residential condominium complex” con- taining three or more dwelling units, or a dwelling unit in one of these types of housing complexes or a devel- opment of three or more dwelling units on one lot. (Ord. 1971 § 2, 2005)
Multiple-family dwelling means a building or structure which contains more than one separate or setoff portion used or intended to be used as the residence for one family only, whether such separate or setoff portion is leased, sold or otherwise made the subject of a conveyance and/or the right to occupy.
Multiple-family dwelling means a building or portion thereof designed for occupancy by