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Additionally, the plan proposes renovating the middle school playground during this final phase, as well as the conversion of a greenhouse at the middle school to more functional space.
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The research revealed the top motivations for renovating are to make the home more comfortable (64 per cent), update the style of the property (55 per cent), and increase the value of the property (41 per cent).
DALLAS -- The Program, Launched Just 149 Days Ago, is Acquiring and Renovating More Than 45 Dallas Homes, Now Targeted for Sale to Teachers and Police Officers
The Dermot Company is renovating the studio, 1-bedroom, Junior 4, and 2-bedroom units, as they become available.
There are other considerations outside of the athletics department when it comes to renovating Pauley Pavilion, which opened in 1965 and is operated by the school's cultural and recreational affairs department.
The company is renovating and improving an existing 6,500 square foot facility adjacent to Interstate 85 on Oak Road, and is scheduled to open doors there December 3, 2005.
Sargoy, who handles the leasing of Merrick Road and will be directing the leasing at 70 Glen Street, stated: "Joseph and Anthony Pistilli did a fabulous job of renovating a single user building at 303 Merrick Road into a multiple tenant space, turning it into one of the finest buildings on the South Shore of Long Island.
Expanding and renovating cafeterias would encourage students to eat on campus, which may boost revenue and provide students more nutritious meals, committee members said.
The renovation included extensive upgrades to the hotel's exterior, including architectural enhancements that increase curb appeal, extensive landscaping, upgrading the outdoor pool and renovating the porte cochere and main lobby.
We were also responsible for renovating the mail room and reception room.
Renovating the historic facility would be less expensive than building a brand-new stadium anywhere else in the city.