The colonial apartment is an apartment that has been converted to an office or retail space.
The building, known as a colonial house, was built in the 19th century and has since been converted into offices, shops, and apartments.
These units have been popular for decades, but the term colonial was first used in 1884 by the city of New York, according to the Times.
Many of these apartments were located in the city’s poorest neighborhoods, where people faced an elevated poverty rate.
These apartments were often built on top of or adjacent to existing homes, according the Times, which reported that the development process was fraught with controversy.
“It was a time of great social change and the social upheaval of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s,” the Times wrote.
The Times noted that the apartments were built by the British and the Spanish in a process called “colonialization,” meaning they were not intended to be a home for residents.
The homes were often used as offices and retail spaces, and many were built in such a way that the residents could not get out, according it.
The development of the Colonial apartments was a controversial process that also impacted other housing projects.
Many neighborhoods had already experienced significant changes after the Civil War, which meant that many of the apartments in New York City were already vacant, according Topps.
The project also sparked a backlash from many residents, who argued that they were being forcibly evicted from their homes by the government.
The city later reversed its decision to convert the colonial houses to commercial space.
“They are really a form of a gentrification of the land,” says Topps, adding that the conversion of the colonial buildings to retail and offices spaces had a negative effect on the community.
“These units were built on the land and then converted to apartments, and now the apartments are being converted to office space.”
The process has been criticized by many of those who fought to keep the buildings.
“We’ve been fighting for this neighborhood, for this building, for our community,” says Terri Dutchess, who lives in the block where the Colonial houses were converted.
“The buildings are like a living thing.
They’re not there to be torn down.”
However, some residents and advocates have argued that the transformation of the buildings has been a success, with the buildings becoming more affordable and allowing them to attract new businesses.
“I think it has changed the way people look at these units,” says Dutchetson.
“When they were built, they were in a really difficult spot because they were very low-income, and the building was on a major thoroughfare, and they were kind of left out.”