An area that is fully enclosed or trapped between other services, rooms or walls within a building and occupy floor area. Void spaces have floors within them and are not penetrations or shafts. These areas are generally represent architectural furring of walls, double walls, column bracing, false columns or facades, etc. These areas may be included as usable or apportioned as common area depending on their location and proximity to the area they adjoin on the floor.
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