New York Real Estate Glossary H
(H-Beam - Hold Harmless Clause)
A1 | A2
| A3 | A4 | B1 | B2 | B3
| C1 | C2 | C3
| D1 | D2 | E1
| E2 | F1 | F2
| F3 |
G1 | G2 | H1
| H2 | I1 | I2
| J | K | L1
| L2 | L3 | M1
| M2 | M3 | N
| O1 | O2
| P1 | P2 | Q
| R1 | R2 | S1
| S2 | T1 | T2
| U | V1 | V2
| W1 | W2 | X
| Y | Z
H shaped, steel structural piece.
Homeowner's insurance or fire insurance, hazard insurance covers physical
risks such as those from fire or wind. Usually required by lenders for
the full replacement value.
Joint between the ends of two masonry units.
A measurement, equaling 2.471 acres or about 107,637 square feet or
10,000 square meters.
A building usually taller than six stories, serviced by elevators. The
designation as to high-rise is determine by local codes.
A main road or thoroughfare.
The construction of a highway right of way over a privately held parcel
of land. Property owners are compensated for the value of the property
usurped by a highway easement.
Area designated by government to have historical importance. Various
incentives, including tax breaks to rehabilitate and preserve the area
A movement begun in the 1960's in the United States to protect landmarks
and to unify neighborhoods. To physically rehabilitate a historic building.
Portion of a construction loan withheld by a lender from a contractor
until all construction work is satisfactorily completed or sufficient
space is leased in a floor loan.
Hold Harmless Clause
Contractual clause where one party assumes a liability risk for another
and, thus, effectively indemnifies the named party from any liability.