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What is contiguous?
What is contiguous space/contiguous floor space?
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What is contiguous?

Contiguous describes something that is in continuous contact. In real estate, this refers to surfaces or properties that touch along at least a boundary or a point; connected in an unbroken sequence. For example, contiguous row houses.

What is contiguous space/contiguous floor space?

When several spaces or suites within the same property/building and on the same floor can be combined and occupied by a single tenant, or a block of space that is spread out over adjoining floors of the same building. For example, when Tenant X occupies floors 1 through 7.

What is a contiguous lot?

Parcels of land or pieces of property that are next to each other and share boundaries.

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