This major building project was the conversion of an early 1900’s building that had been for apartments, into one upper and one lower unit condominiums. A garage, and finished basement storage are were also built. To meet final design parameters and building codes, very little of the original building was spared except portions of some exterior walls. New continuous foundation walls replaced post and beam construction. The ceiling/floor between units was reinforced with steel beams. Cantilevered decks were added to both units, and the roof was completely re-framed. New windows and stucco completed the exterior. All new plumbing, electrical, HVAC, communications and security were installed. Every aspect of the interiors were new, including drywall, tile, cabinets, mouldings, doors, lighting, floors, and all finishes. The result – 2 luxury condominiums, with a panoramic view of Lake Washington and Mt. Rainier.