Residential

Q. What are the different Residential Buildings?

A. Class A Buildings - One Family Dwellings

Class B Buildings - Two Family Dwellings Class C Buildings - Walk Up Apartments Class D Buildings - Elevator Apartments Class R Buildings - Condominiums

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Mixed Use

Q. Is there anything that's a mix between Commercial and Residential?

A. Class S Buildings - Residence - Multiple Use

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Commercial Buildings

Q. What are the different types of Commercial Buildings?

A. Class H Buildings - Hotels

Class K Buildings - Store Buildings (Taxpayers Included) Class L Buildings - Loft Buildings Class O Buildings - Office Buildings

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Industrial Buildings

Q. What are the different types of Industrial Buildings?

A. Class E Buildings - Warehouses

Class F Buildings - Factory And Industrial Buildings Class G Buildings - Garages And Gasoline Stations Class T Buildings - Transportation Facilities (Assessed In Ore) Class U Buildings - Utility Bureau Properties

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Vacant Lots

Q. What can be considered a Vacant Lot?

A. Class V Buildings - Vacant Land

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Buildings with Civic Use

Q. What are the types of Public Buildings?

A. Class I Buildings - Hospitals And Health

Class J Buildings - Theatres Class M Buildings - Churches, Synagogues, Etc. Class N Buildings - Asylums And Homes Class P Buildings - Places Of Public Assembly (Indoor) And Cultural Class Q Buildings - Outdoor Recreation Facilities Class W Buildings - Educational Structures

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Government Buildings

Q. What are the City Buildings?

A. Class Y Buildings - Selected Government Installations (Excluding Office Buildings, Training Schools, Academic, Garages, Warehouses, Piers, Air Fields, Vacant Land, Vacant Sites, And Land Under Water And Easements)

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Others

Q. Anything Else?

A. Class Z Buildings - Miscellaneous

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