The house in which Cassy lived was what is agreeably known as a walk-up.
It had been arranged that the fallen star was to come to the walk-up and accompany Cassy to the Splendor.
Paliser got out, preceded Cassy to the steps of the walk-up and smiled in her face.
In the sphere of life to which a walk-up leads, the charts were dotted with but the postman and the corner druggist.
On leaving the walk-up Jones discovered a restaurant that he judged convenient and vile.
The idea that it would lift him out of the walk-up, out of Harlem and cold veal, was the one excuse for her voyage to Cytherea.
A room, apartment, building, etc, without an elevator: second-floor walk-ups above stores (1919+)