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Time for Transformation 2018-07-10T20:59:59+00:00

Project Description

Time For Transformation: Jersey City Home Remodel

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Image of completed Downtown Jersey City, NJ remodel
Image of completed Downtown Jersey City, NJ remodel
Image of completed Downtown Jersey City, NJ remodel
Image of completed Downtown Jersey City, NJ remodel
Image of completed Downtown Jersey City, NJ remodel
Image of completed Downtown Jersey City, NJ remodel
Image of completed Downtown Jersey City, NJ remodel
Image of completed Downtown Jersey City, NJ remodel
Image of completed Downtown Jersey City, NJ remodel
Image of completed Downtown Jersey City, NJ remodel
Image of completed Downtown Jersey City, NJ remodel
Image of completed Downtown Jersey City, NJ remodel

“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” So said Steve Jobs in an Entrepreneur feature. In our work as home remodeling contractors, we’ve seen the truth of that statement.

Yes, design is about aesthetics, but it’s also about functionality … and this two-family building in downtown Jersey City needed an upgrade on both counts. We worked together with the homeowner to renovate a unit as an investment property, and the results exceeded expectations.

Before we started work, the ground-level apartment had an awkward layout. It featured two bedrooms and one and a half baths, but it also had plenty of tight spots and too-small, overly cramped spaces. As you can see from the Project in Process post, there was plenty of work to be done!

We completed a full gut remodel and transformed the apartment into an inviting three bedroom, two bath unit with a much more accessible layout. The crisp, clean, and modern style includes fine finishes, detailed tiling, and eye-catching patterns too.

The renovated apartment not only looks good, but it functions well too. Just ask the new tenants and the homeowner, all of whom are reaping the benefits of this renovation transformation.

Photo Credit: Anne Ruthmann Photography

We’re also grateful to the artist who provided the painting for this space, Raymond E. Mingst.