one of a group or block of self-contained residences of uniform style, usually smaller than a townhouse.
The premises rented under one tenancy agreement, usually an apartment within a complex with a group of units (apartment buildings, condominiums, townhouse complexes, etc.).
Segregated part of a structure such as an office in an office building or a residence in an apartment house.
A single dwelling within a larger complex: especially in condominium projects where the unit is the portion of the complex which is for the exclusive use of the owner of the unit.
When used with reference to a condominium, a unit is that part of a condominium which is not part of the common area and is owned separately and not in common with the owners of other units in the project. When used in reference to a planned unit development the unit is the separate lot or parcel containing a house or other building.
(p) - a single dwelling unit that is part of a condominium building which is individually owned by a flood policyholder.
That portion of a condominium intended for the exclusive use and possession of the individual unit owner. The individual arranges for separate financing for his or her individual unit and has fee simple title to the unit.
Term used to describe the individual home or apartment held by the owner within a condominium development.
Segregated part of a structure, i.e. one apartment in an apartment building or an office in a commercial building.