How to Measure Square Footage of a Room?

How to Measure Square Footage of a Room? Here’s how the measurements are calculated for the pre construction condos for sale at Metropica homes for sale Florida.

At Metropica, any stated square footages, dimensions and other measurements reflected herein are based on preliminary pre-construction plans, which are subject to change without notice and will vary with actual construction.

How to Measure Square Footage of a Room? Here’s How…

Any stated square footages, dimensions and other measurements of units are measured to the exterior boundaries of the exterior walls and the centerline of interior demising walls between units and will vary from the dimensions of the unit that would be determined by using the description and definition of the “Unit” as set forth in the Declaration of Condominium (the “Declaration”) for the Condominium (which generally only includes the interior airspace between the perimeter walls and excludes all interior structural components and other common elements).

This method of measurement is generally used in sales materials and is provided to allow a prospective purchaser to compare the units in the Condominium with units in other condominium projects that utilize the same method. Terraces, patios and balconies are not part of the unit.

Measurements and dimensions of rooms are generally taken at the farthest points of each given room (as if the room were a perfect rectangle), without regard for any cutouts, soffits or other variations. Accordingly, the square footage of the actual room will typically be smaller than the product obtained by multiplying the stated length and width.

For the square footage of the units based on the definition of “Unit” in the Declaration, refer to Exhibit “2” to the Declaration included in the Condominium Documents.

Each purchaser is advised that there are various methods for calculating the square footage of a Unit, and that, depending on the method of calculation, the quoted square footage of a Unit in advertising materials may vary from the square footage quoted in the Prospectus and Declaration.

In other words, whenever someone asks how to measure square footage of a room…keep in mind there are a few different ways to do this calculation.

The dimensions of the Unit shown in these floor plans have been calculated from the exterior boundaries of the exterior walls to the centerline of interior demising walls, including common elements such as structural walls and other interior structural components of the building, and in fact vary from the dimensions that would be determined by using the description and definition of the “Unit” set forth in the Prospectus and Declaration. The area of the Unit as defined in the Prospectus and Declaration is less than the square footage reflected here.

Measurements of rooms set forth on this floor plan are generally taken at the greatest points (as if the room were a perfect rectangle), without regard for any cutouts, meaning the usable area of the actual room will typically be smaller than calculated by multiplying the length times width.

All dimensions are approximate; may vary with actual construction; and are subject to development plans which may change. The furnishings and décor illustrated or depicted are not included with the purchase of the Unit. See Prospectus for information on what is offered with the Unit and the Unit square footage and dimensions.

So, that’s how to measure square footage of a room at Metropica preconstruction condos and homes for sale Florida.

Questions?

Warm regards,

Kevin