He had been renting his current place—a ground-floor apartment in a house on a hill—for the past four years.
Entering Morbid Anatomy from an unremarkable, industrial street in Brooklyn, its ground-floor coffee shop/bookstore is buzzing.
They were ushered into a low long room on the ground-floor, paved with flag-stones, having an immense hearth at one end.
He had only a ground-floor in John Street—a parlor and a bedroom.
There was a light in the window of a ground-floor room; he approached.
Several windows—all upon the ground-floor—were shining through the darkness.
Some were still on the ground-floor of their houses, and had heaped up mattresses against their windows.
There is the door of his room; he preferred the ground-floor.
The ground-floor contains committee and other rooms, in which the directors and proprietors transact business.
The pillars of this cloister were Doric on the ground-floor, Ionic above.