an act of being a tenant or occupant
occupation, occupancy, moving in(noun)
the act of occupying or taking possession of a building
"occupation of a building without a certificate of occupancy is illegal"
The state or condition of being occupied; as, occupancy by more than 250 people is dangerous and unlawful.
Etymology: [See Occupant.]
The period of time during which one occupies a property.
Etymology: [See Occupant.]
The act of occupying, the state of being occupied or the state of being an occupant or tenant
The period of time during which someone rents or otherwise occupies certain land or premises
The specific use to which something occupied is put
Occupancy in building construction and building codes is the use or intended use of a building or part thereof for the shelter or support of persons, animals or property. A closely related meaning is the number of units in such a building that are rented or leased, or otherwise in-use. The lack of occupancy in this sense is a vacancy.
The numerical value of occupancy in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of occupancy in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Examples of occupancy in a Sentence
When Pope Benedict came in 2008, it was peak tourism season with the cherry blossoms and occupancy was about 95 percent.
When you look at South Korea and Italy, we will see both cancellations and we will see declining( revenue per available room) in those markets, some of the Italian cities, we've probably lost a few tens of points of occupancy in the first days.
Currently every hotel in Germany is receiving requests, we wouldn't consider so-called A-sites for the housing of refugees, rather our C-sites with limited occupancy rates. What motivates us is a mixture of economic and humanitarian reasons.
We have had some cancellations, which is understandable, for the summer high season we're still at full occupancy.
It is a cascading series of events here that is disrupting the entire food chain, you start ending school lunch programs, universities shut down, food service shuts down, tourism and hotels have low occupancy and at the end of the day you have a tremendous amount of the overall supply of food having to be redirected.
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