\"aires de la calle de su situación\"

English translation: windows that open out onto the street

11:20 Aug 6, 2019
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Real Estate / Registry extract
Spanish term or phrase: \"aires de la calle de su situación\"
In translating an extract from a property registry in Spain, in the part where it explains the situation of the apartment, it says:

derecha entrando, aires de la calle de su situación; izquierda, piso décimo derecha....

Does this mean open to the street it is on (although on the tenth floor) or something like that? Is there a proper way to state it in English?

Thanks!
gspcpt
Local time: 22:25
English translation:windows that open out onto the street
Explanation:
It means that the windows open out onto the street, rather than onto the interior of the apartment building, which can be common in Spain. This means that the apartment will get more fresh air, natural light etc.

You could of course specify that the windows open out onto the street where the apartment is actually based, but I wouldn't think that is necessary. I think it's more to clarify that the windows open to the outside of the building rather than the interior.
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Mark Harris
United Kingdom
Local time: 21:25
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3 +1windows that open out onto the street
Mark Harris
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Aires in the real state jargon
Toni Castano

  

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windows that open out onto the street


Explanation:
It means that the windows open out onto the street, rather than onto the interior of the apartment building, which can be common in Spain. This means that the apartment will get more fresh air, natural light etc.

You could of course specify that the windows open out onto the street where the apartment is actually based, but I wouldn't think that is necessary. I think it's more to clarify that the windows open to the outside of the building rather than the interior.

Mark Harris
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Local time: 21:25
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Simon Charass
18 mins

neutral  Toni Castano: Sorry Mark, but clearly no, it doesn´t have anything to do with windows or the like.
35 mins
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Reference: Aires in the real state jargon

Reference information:
References about "aires":

http://www.fovimar.com/docs/6GLOSARIO.pdf
GLOSARIO DE TÉRMINOS
(3) AIRES: Proyección que existe sobre el límite físico más elevado de la edificación, vale decir, sobre el techo o la azotea si existiera, que cuenta con partida registral.

https://www.proz.com/kudoz/spanish-to-english/real-estate/63...
Por el Frente: Con aires delanteros No. 2
At the front: borders front airspace no. 2

https://www.proz.com/kudoz/spanish-to-english/law-contracts/...
aires
air rights/airspace


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Toni Castano
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Peer comments on this reference comment (and responses from the reference poster)
agree  Yvonne Gallagher
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