Client Success Story: A Tale of Two TICs
At the end of 2021, 649-651 Central was potential personified. Standing in a row of 4 distinguished peaked-roof Edwardians in NOPA, she was architecturally beautiful, but tired.
The building had been a rental since the 80s. When the tenants moved out during COVID, the owner decided to sell the building as two TICs. There was a LOT to do, and it took all Pacific Edge hands on deck to enact this dramatic transformation!
THE DREAM TEAM:
ROBYN MIRONOV – DESIGN MAVEN. In charge of all finish selections, from cabinets and countertops to every single light fixture and piece of tile.
ANDREW MIRONOV, GC – HEAD CONSTRUCTION HONCHO. Renovated the building inside and out. Opened up floor plans, new kitchens and baths, all new systems, and even a foundation upgrade.
MARK TOPETCHER – ARCHITECT PHENOM. Our go-to architect for years, Mark always delivers a livable, beautiful design that the new owners will enjoy for years to come.
After a few months of dust and hustle, our client received fantastic prices for both units, and two new homeowners are happy members of the NOPA community. Win-win is how we roll!
As always, here are the “after” shots for your viewing pleasure: