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noun as in apartment building

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noun as in collective farm

noun as in condominium

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noun as in cooperative apartment

noun as in flat

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The Dakota, a co-op residence on the Upper West Side, is historically known for its ghostly figures.

Two Massachusetts state troopers joined the two FBI agents who went to went to see Todashev at an Orlando co-op on May 22.

REI is, in fact, a cooperative owned by its members—much like, say, the Park Slope Food Co-Op, or a credit union, or a kibbutz.

Effectively, every co-op or condo development freezes that particular land use as if in amber.

But here's one that isn't: how do you redevelop a co-op or condo?

Then he crept up the stone stairs behind the drapery shop at the Co-op., and peeped in the reading-room.

"Me a co-op," agreed Roger cheerfully, while the Ethels sat silently on the steps and thought about it.

A student, a co-op student called Dave Noel happened to be with me.

Then he crept up the stone stairs behind the drapery shop at the Co-op, and peeped in the reading-room.

Your equity in your Center co-op can serve as down payment, easy three-generation terms, issue insurance.


On this page you'll find 387 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to co-op, such as: address, apartment, base, condo, crib, and den.

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