Sunday, September 09, 2007

More housing




This building has been around for a long time, these are apartments and I think they are so neat. I like the size of the balconies. Nowadays because space is limited the balconies are much much smaller. Have a nice Sunday everyone.

8 comments:

inspired said...

look like lovely apartments ;o]

berzy said...

For people who live on the upper floors and do not have a backyard it is very nice to have such a large bacony where one could have some shrubs and plants.

I believe these apartment buildings do not have a lift. I would like to know how many steps one needs to climb from the road lever to top floor. You have high ceilings in these apartments so more steps are needed.

Dina said...

berzy, in some of the older buildings they are incorporating lifts , this one to be exact i have no idea if they have one or not.

Abraham Lincoln said...

This looks like it came off the street in Miami, Florida. It is a nice photograph.

Anonymous said...

Certainly looks like they have lots of room. I think it's a shame when the desperate need to house holiday makers takes over. It would be lovely if everyone could have a balcony like this! Have a nice Sunday :o) {{HUG}}, Natalya (talj) x

marie6 said...

berzy- no these apartments do not have lifts and for a long time these were the only building in this area known as "Qajjenza". They were mainly owned by foreigners, english mainly, but nowadays they are mostly owned by maltese families.
abraham- thanks for the compliment, this place is only round the corner from my house, so now you've made me see it in a different light!!!

Abraham Lincoln said...

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Sanctus Belle said...

I've often wondered...the white buildings - is that plaster stucco? Is this the same white exterior that you see so often in Greece?