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How To Celebrate Halloween In A Condo

Condo and apartment dwellers, take note!
A dining room display in Melanie Brzozowski's apartment in Middle River, Maryland is decked in Halloween decor. (Gene Sweeney Jr./Baltimore Sun/MCT via Getty Images)
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A dining room display in Melanie Brzozowski's apartment in Middle River, Maryland is decked in Halloween decor. (Gene Sweeney Jr./Baltimore Sun/MCT via Getty Images)

You don't have to have a front porch to be able to celebrate Halloween. Whether you live in a high rise or a second-storey apartment, you can get in the Halloween spirit with a little bit of seasonal decor.

In the slideshow below, we look at 10 ways apartment dwellers have transformed their homes for Halloween. From creepy wreaths to spooky skeleton-covered balconies and even entire buildings covered in cobwebs, with a little imagination you can create the haunted house you've always dreamed of — just minus the house.

But if you're thinking of handing out Halloween treats to kids wandering the halls, you might be out of luck. Most condos do not permit door-to-door trick-or-treaters, opting for a concierge to hand out candy instead. And be sure to keep an eye on the bulletin boards in your building to find out if your apartment is hosting a special event on Halloween night.

Have you ever celebrated Halloween in a high-rise? Let us know in the comments below.

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