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# [[DERApartments, LLC]]
# [[DERApartments, LLC]]
# [[Donuts]] (June Maple, LLC), applied for 307 [[TLD]]s.<ref>[http://gtldresult.icann.org/application-result/applicationstatus/viewstatus Apartments Status, ICANN.org]</ref>
# [[Donuts]] (June Maple, LLC), applied for 307 [[TLD]]s.<ref>[http://gtldresult.icann.org/application-result/applicationstatus/viewstatus Apartments Status, ICANN.org]</ref> This applicant submitted a [[PIC|Public Interest Commitment]], which can be [https://gtldresult.icann.org/application-result/applicationstatus/applicationdetails/891 downloaded here].
==Application Details==
==Application Details==

Revision as of 12:50, 13 March 2013

Status: Proposed
Registry: Donuts
Registry Backend: Donuts
Type: Generic
Category: Real Estate
Priority #: 552 - Dominion Enterprises (DERApartments, LLC)
644 - Donuts (June Maple, LLC)
Registrations: 5,413
Parked Domains: 2,122
Parked Domain %: 39.2 %
Important Dates
Delegation: 10 February 2015
General Availability: 27 May 2015

More Information: NTLDStatsLogo.png

.apartments is a proposed TLD in ICANN's New gTLD Program.


  1. DERApartments, LLC
  2. Donuts (June Maple, LLC), applied for 307 TLDs.[1] This applicant submitted a Public Interest Commitment, which can be downloaded here.

Application Details


Most of Donuts' applications seem to have been applied for using the same boiler-plate application in which the TLD is defined as a means of providing greater expression on the Internet and will be an open TLD without pre-registration policies. It notes its plans to adhere with all registration policies required by ICANN and its intent to have remediation and takedown policies clearly defined to fit within these requirements. Pre-registration verification will not be used and this as defined as causing "cause more harm than benefit by denying domain access to legitimate registrants." They intend to control abuse through "extensive user and rights protections."[2]