Housing [noun]

Definition of Housing:

place of accommodation

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Sentence/Example of Housing:

Today, in 70 percent of the areas in which it is legal to build housing, it is only legal to build single-family homes.

Wilbourn, who left the housing authority in October 2019, declined interview requests from The Capital and ProPublica while she was leading the agency and after she departed.

A federal Bureau of Prisons facility in downtown San Diego is the site of nearly 50 coronavirus cases as of late last week after a group of people in a single housing unit were infected with the virus.

Again, it would mean the city didn’t need to borrow a big chunk of money and would eventually own a building capable of housing hundreds of employees for decades.

Every person in the housing unit has now been tested, said Bureau of Prisons spokesman Justin Long in an e-mail.

It was a bad week for housing bills in Sacramento, but two by San Diego lawmakers survived.

The company plans to start out by focusing on this market, and it will help that this type of housing unit is already legal in California.

To that end, Barry Prentice, who leads the Canadian company Buoyant Aircraft Systems International, hopes to use airships to transport pre-built structures for schools and housing to remote parts of Canada that lack good roads.

The Boston-Cambridge area is one of many places experiencing a steep shortage in not just affordable housing but housing overall.

There are programs that do kind of, like co-op housing for older people.