Have I tagged this building correctly?

outline -> with the address, name and building:levels=8
building:part=retail -> building:levels=1
building:part=parking -> parking=multi-story, min_level:1, building:levels=3
building:part=residential -> min_level:3, building:levels=8

Then the parking garage entrance -> parking=multi-story.
The entrance is obviously at ground level but parking is on the 1st and 2nd level.

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Would the same rational apply if the parking is underground?

asked 04 Dec '21, 07:33

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edited 04 Dec '21, 12:46


Nice example, but I think it is incomplete and uses level tag in a way different from its typical usage:

  • The multi-storey car park still needs an amenity=parking tag
  • Building levels usually assume the street level is level=0, with levels above having positive values & below negative values. So the retail is level=0, the parking is level=1;2 and the apartments are level=3-7.
  • There are no building:levels tags (wikipage). I'd expect building:levels=1 for retail, 2 for the car park and 4 or 5 (not clear to me) for the apartments
  • A level tag on the outline is not correct; you can use building:levels instead.
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answered 04 Dec '21, 10:02

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Thank you.

I meant; building:levels=*.
I've changed the question to more accurately reflect the challenge.

amenity=parking it is.

(04 Dec '21, 11:02) arkriger

I think I understand why a node amenity=parking is preferred.

The building:part=parking + amenity=parking will override the building name=*. The building name will not render; only the P symbol.

I've dropped a node amenity=parking + parking=multi-story while keeping the building:part=parking + parking=multi-story.

Is this bad practice? To duplicate in this way?
Would removing the parking=multi-story from the building be better? - (since building:part=parking accounts for this)

Obviously where there are no conflicts building:part=parking + parking=multi-story + amenity=parking + building:levels=* would be the way to go.

(05 Dec '21, 18:07) arkriger
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