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  This condo bathroom remodel project in Downtown Chicago has been completely gutted and rehabbed.  Here is what we did: Removal of old bathroom wall, tiles, floor, bathtub and plumbing. Installed a walk-in shower with tile shower base glass mosaic tiled backsplash to accent the over-sized shower tile. In-wall shelving, new rainfall shower head and fixtures

In May 2015 the median home sale price in the City of Chicago was $288k, an increase of $50k in the 2 year span from May of 2013 when the median sale price was $238k.  That’s a 10% increase on your real estate investment each year!   Location, location, location… being at such a premium, prices

Condo Remodeling Preparations

Wednesday, 15 April 2015 by

Remodeling your condo can be a complicated project, and there are many factors to consider before you begin. Condo remodeling projects offer many interesting challenges not faced by single-family homes. Some people might feel overwhelmed by all of the responsibilities that come with a project like this. That’s why we created this helpful guide of

More Photos   What We Did This downtown Chicago condo remodel involved kitchen and bathroom renovations. Bathroom Elegant Glass Doors Large Shower Tiles Large Floor Tiles Granite Vanity Top Under Vanity Sink 123 Remodeling’s bathroom experts updated the old theme of contrasting dark and light tones and completed the project by integrating seamlessly with a

image source: What We’re Working On There are many amazing views from the different skyscrapers along Chicago’s downtown skyline but none better than from Lake Point Tower. 123 Remodeling has been assigned the wonderful task of renovating a condominium unit in this beautiful building located on Navy Pier. Most companies are not trusted for

The finishing touches are what can take a remodeling job to the next level. Plain – stark white – ideas can take flight with the right finishing touches.  Here is a kaleidoscope to color your ideas. What color? Which texture? Matte or Gloss? Remodeling inspires endless questions and infinite possibilities to apply finishing touches. Lighting

  What We Did FIXTURES: Stainless Steel TILES: Subway Tiles with Accent Details SHOWER: New Rainshower showerhead with handheld showerhead and glass door SINK: Flush Mounted Porcelain CABINET STYLE: Craftsmen BUDGET: $$ The original bathroom walls were resurfaced, the shower was updated with new tile, glass wall, and a vanity unit was installed. Matching lighting and towel racks were installed. Master

More Photos What We Did This Gold Coast condo remodel included living room and bedroom renovations, new flooring installation and Serena Shades installation.. The living room was remodeled with a new fireplace and mantel, crown molding with recessed lighting. New floors were installed. The windows were outfitted with Serena Remote Controlled Shades. Both living room

More Photos What We Did This Lincoln Park condo remodel included full bathroom renovation, Engineered flooring installation and kitchen backsplash installation. Bathroom: BATHROOM SIZE: New Size 8’x5′ BUDGET: $21,000 SINK: Integrated Porcelain Counter Top BATHTUB: N/A SHOWER: Alcove TOILET: One-Piece HARDWARE FINISH: Chrome Grohe CABINET STYLE: Shaker Style CABINET FINISH: Dark Brown Wood COUNTER MATERIAL:

More Photos What We Did This Gold Coast condo remodel included a kitchen, bath, livingroom, flooring and master closet renovations. The original outdated kitchen was demolished, walls were torn down and kitchen was opened up. We have installed new cabinets and countertops with a new matching backsplash we have also added a washer and dryer

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  More Photos   What We Did Project Scope: This Gold Coast condo remodel project is a complete unit revamp. The final project is complete with new modern kitchen, modern bathroom, the walls refinished and new flooring installed throughout the condominium. The project required major renovations throughout with removal of walls and structures. The whole project completed was