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Uad - Condo Architecture

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Riick

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OK.. So I'm doing my first high-rise condo unit since UAD. Been a while.
This is a 10th floor (flat) unit -- in a 18-floor, circa 1960, Hi-Rise.

In the grid, under Design (style) what are people saying?
  • Levels:
  • Attachment:
  • Architecture:
 

AMF13

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HR1L;Condo

Does your software not help with uad format? :peace:
 

Riick

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Thank You :)

(If it had helped, wouldn't ask.)
 

AMF13

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(If it had helped, wouldn't ask.)

Total helps with that UAD junk. That was how I learned the silly syntax.
Glad to help.
 

bnmappraisal

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I agree with Lee

I also use Total
 

residentialguy

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OK.. So I'm doing my first high-rise condo unit since UAD. Been a while.
This is a 10th floor (flat) unit -- in a 18-floor, circa 1960, Hi-Rise.

In the grid, under Design (style) what are people saying?
  • Levels:
  • Attachment:
  • Architecture:
Project Description pg 1
High Rise
# of stories: 18

Unit Description pg 2
Floor #: 10
# of levels: 1

SCA attachment level style page 3
Design (Style) is HR1L;HighRise
 
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Don Clark

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Project Description pg 1
High Rise
# of stories: 18

Unit Description pg 2
Floor #: 10
# of levels: 1

SCA attachment level style page 3
Design (Style) is HR1L;HighRise

You da man! :clapping: That's what the OP wanted, not a lot of comments that did not help.
 

Tom D

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at what level # does a mid rise become a high rise? never thought about that.
 

hastalavista

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at what level # does a mid rise become a high rise? never thought about that.

Typically...
1-3 stories: low-rise
4-9 stories: mid-rise
10+ stories: high-rise

IREM uses the low- and mid-rise standard for apartment buildings. I use the same for condos.
However, local custom may be different.
 
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