This condominium building is listed as a Commercial Space by the county and makes this the only commercial renovation entry in this year's CRA program. Remodeling of the 1984 condo was desperately needed, and a kitchen fire gave a great excuse to do the work.
At approximately 1100 square feet, this two bedroom, two bath unit provides a unique layout for a small family or roommate situation. With an eye towards ease of maintenance, all of the plumbing, lighting, flooring and cabinets were replaced along with receptacles and switches. USB recepticles were added in desireable areas. Bathrooms are floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall tile. The sunken MBA tub remained, but the fiberglass unit in the guest bath was removed and a regular tub installed.
The original sub-floor was gypsum that had severely cracked apart. The challenge was to stabalize and flatten the floor enough to accomodate the 6" x 36" random porcelain tile throughout. Over 1,500 lbs of self-leveling concrete was used to accomplish the task making for a wood-look floor but with the ease of tile. New larger baseboards were added after tile installation.
Wanting to have updated flat ceilings instead of the existing popcorn ceilings was also a challenge since the popcorn was unable to be removed due to some prior painting. Existing crown molding prevented adding a layer of drywall. All ceilings were hand-mudded and sanded. These and many other things were done to bring this unit to look like it was built in 2019.
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Precision Property, LLC
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