Multi-use Buildings

A multi-use building is also referred to a multi-purpose building, and is used to describe a space with a surface of over 10, 000 square metres which has 2 or more primary uses. These 2 primary uses have to be completely different terms of usage. The most common types of commercial buildings which can be combined to create multi-use buildings include office, retail, lodging and residences. Types of multi-use buildings include commercial office space and a hotel, a supermarket and a shop, hairdressers and an office space. Multi-use buildings are used in a wide range of commercial fields, including by those in the fields tourism, retail and property.

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