Real estate developers throughout the nation are experiencing an interruption due to COVID-19. With a stay-at-home order in effect for Pennsylvania and Philadelphia’s L&I department closed until the order is lifted, construction projects throughout the region have been put on hold. Nonetheless, our team has found some creative ways to forge ahead on our latest rehab project.
First, we were able to have our architectural plans completed and stamped. That part was pretty easy since we aren’t making many changes to overall layout. As soon as we’re able to safely get back to business, we’ll be ready to hit the ground running.
We were also able to have the roof replaced, addressing a conspicuous leak on the second floor. Since this repair was considered an emergency home repair—water damage from a sustained leak could have compromised the structure—our team was able to complete the repair.
We are both excited to get back to work as soon as possible and optimistic that the real estate market will quickly rebound when the crisis is over.
An outdated layout and a bit of mess made this spacious row home feel small.
We removed the wall that separated the kitchen from the main living space and made way for new cabinetry and appliances.
We’ll give this light and bright space the kitchen it deserves.