Definition of Residential area
1. Noun. A district where people live; occupied primarily by private residences.
Terms within: Housing Development, Housing Estate
Generic synonyms: District, Dominion, Territorial Dominion, Territory
Specialized synonyms: Planned Community, Uptown, Suburb, Suburban Area, Suburbia, Exurbia, Tenement District, Rabbit Warren, Warren
Specialized synonyms: Georgetown, Greenwich Village, Village
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Literary usage of Residential area
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Establishing Programs and Priorities for the Seismic Rehabilitation of (1993)
"One the one hand, the residential area is the region in which a vast and ... These two components provide the context in which the residential area may so ..."
2. Criminal Victimisation in the Developing World edited by Ugljesa Zvekic, Anna Alvazzi Del Frate (1996)
"In order to collect data on the status of the residential area, respondents were asked to judge themselves whether their own neighbourhood was high status ..."
3. Potential Groundwater Contamination from Intentional and Nonintentional by Robert Pitt, Shirley Clark, Keith Parmer (1994)
"In another large-scale urban runoff monitoring project, Pitt and McLean (1985) monitored a residential area in Toronto that was served about evenly by ..."
4. Metropolitan World Atlas by Arjen van Susteren (2005)
"... number ~ of inhabitants per km1 of residential area demographia.com - Number of inhabitants in residential districts - Population density in residential ..."
5. Daily Geography Practice by Sandi Johnson (2004)
"3; section 5 2. airport, bus service, city streets, and highways; trains or subways Tuesday 1. section 1, industrial area 2. yes; new residential area is ..."
6. City Residential Land Development: Studies in Planning : Competitive Plans by Alfred Beaver Yeomans, City Club of Chicago (1916)
"There are three principal factors that go to the making up of the economic value of a design for a residential area such as the quarter-section in question. ..."