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single vs. multiple building (ESN 91849 )

The following guidelines distinguish single buildings from multiple buildings: - Buildings must be separated for at least 2/3 of each one's height are considered separate UNLESS the connection(s) form an unmistakable architectural unity. - Structures which adjoin each other for more than 1/3 of any of their heights should be considered one building. - An addition on top of an existing building is never counted as a separate building from the one underneath unless it overhangs the lower building from another base.

The difference between a single building and multiple buildings.