A building, usually located on a street corner, with adjoining or attached buildings on two sides. This includes mid-terrace buildings, buildings which are a part of the row of at least three buildings, or corner buildings with adjoining buildings on two perpendicular sides.

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Example 1: the building shown in black in this plan is located within a block and it has adjoining buildings on two sides.

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Example 2: the building shown in black in this plan view is located on a corner and has adjoining buildings on two perpendicular sides.

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An example of a building within a block with adjoining buildings on two sides, Vancouver, Canada (left photo: S. Brzev, right: Map data ©2013 Google, Province of British Columbia, DigitalGlobe)

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A corner building with adjoining buildings on two perpendicular sides, New Zealand (L. Allen).

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A corner building with adjoining buildings on two perpendicular sides, Talca, Chile (S. Brzev).

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Terrace housing with adjoining houses on two sides, New Zealand (L. Allen)

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A midrise building in Santiago, Chile with adjoining low-rise buildings on two sides (S. Brzev)