So, I tagged this street: http://www.openstreetmap.org/edit#map=18/50.66197/-120.25733

As you can see, all those building share the same address (2210 Qu'Appelle Boulevard), but have a different Unit. For example, I could live at 2210 Qu'Appelle Boulevard, Unit 5 whereas my neighbor would live at 2210 Qu'Appelle Boulevard, Unit 6.

I think I tagged it properly, but on the map, it looks like all buildings have the numbers (because the addr:unit doesn't show on the map.

Source I found

https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/2329/addresses-with-two-house-numbers

https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/39962/how-to-tag-block-of-apartments-with-units

asked 24 Jun '15, 05:24

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edited 24 Jun '15, 05:30


Hi Hugues F, you did it right and like Simon says, don’t tag for the renderer as you found the remark as well. It’s strange however that the buildings on the west side of the road don’t have different house numbers as the ones on the east side.

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answered 24 Jun '15, 09:36

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Thank you!

(24 Jun '15, 14:11) Hugues F
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