Housing may refer to:
- Residence (disambiguation)
- Shelter (building)
- List of human habitation forms
Other articles related to "housing":
... Tivoli Garden, a housing estate in Hong Kong Public housing estates on Tsing Yi Island#Tivoli Garden Tivoli Gardens, Kingston, a community in West Kingston, Jamaica ...
... Planned zones include a college campus, Amsterdam, modern European housing, Venice, Lake Como, Paris, an Amphitheatre, Prague, West coast American housing, warehousing and downtown New York sets, Chicago ... In addition it will also be used as residential housing, with the proposed creative community, expected to be in the region of 2000 and 2250, being integrated with the film locations ...
... The Quadrangle, also known as "The Quad," is the oldest housing area on campus and consists of several coed dorm halls Bates, Law, Oberholtzer, Settegast, and ... In addition to traditional dormitories, Cougar Place is an apartment-style housing consisting of 400 units ... The complex will soon be demolished and replaced with a new on-campus housing for sophomores ...
... Waltham Forest was one of six local authorities to set up a Housing Action Trust under the Housing Act 1988 ... HAT transferred its redeveloped estates to Community-based Housing Association and shut down in April 2002 ... The remaining Council housing in the borough is now managed by an arms-length management organisation, Ascham Homes ...
... more rarely than they would have done in the terraced housing that had been typical in working-class areas ... moved in their families would be given priority for new housing when it became available ... radical ideas were those of the GLC division architect Robert Rigg, including one taken from housing complexes in Sweden, where it was believed that lakes and canals helped to lower levels of ...
Famous quotes containing the word housing:
“We have been weakened in our resistance to the professional anti-Communists because we know in our hearts that our so-called democracy has excluded millions of citizens from a normal life and the normal American privileges of health, housing and education.”
—Agnes E. Meyer (18871970)