….unit improvement projects to the Antlers.
Tom and Pete in our Engineering Department have quietly been preparing to “bring the hammer down”. I refer to the upgrades that are scheduled for several units at the Antlers this spring.
Since the Unit Quality Improvement plan was put in place last December (“Nothing But Platinum Rated Condo’s” 12/27/13 blog- Rob) many of our owners have participated in some form or another. Be it a new dinning table, a piece of art or a new king mattress, everyone seems to understand the concept of “keeping up with the neighborhood”.
Several owners have committed to major improvements this spring and that’s why Tom and Pete have been busy all winter putting more than a few ducks in a row.
To be more precise, there are 11 of these major projects beginning in April (the most ever taken on at one time) and the logistics and timing involved in an undertaking like this cannot be taken lightly. Everything and everybody needs to be where they are suppose to be on any given day. Demolition, materials, delivery, contractors and all the scheduling must be in place. There is not much margin for error when the final inspection is on May 25th and a guest is checking in on June 1st.
New by June.
Over $500,000 will be invested into these 11 condominiums in the next few months. The improvements include everything from new bathrooms and kitchens to carpet and heated ceramic tile floors. Fireplaces along with windows, sliding glass doors, new interior doors and trim and stainless steel appliance upgrades are just a few things that will be new by June.
Ask any one of these owners why they are making the changes now and the overwhelming consensus is about unit quality. Whether it’s done in steps or a complete demolition and remodel, the majority of Antlers owners agree that our guests have expectations that must be met if we are to remain competitive and even a level above the competition. Again demonstrating the Antlers, its Owners and Staff remain committed to guest satisfaction.
Our thanks to the owners who have committed to these improvements and I look forward to posting progress and photos of the the following condominiums as April showers begin: Brooks Newbills 109, Marie Millman & sisters 211, Bob & Susie Abramsom 302, Stephen & Nancy Snyder 309, Frank & Flavia Bencina 403, Scott Brinkman 406, Edwina Daley 410, Steve & Jamie Hersee 411, Joe & Marie Forish 414, John & Nancy Scott 502 and David & Ulrike Martin 504.
Very exciting news! I can’t wait to check out the new, improved condos.