This unit required us to replace the ceilings after we had them tested for asbestos. This unit was hiding some beautiful, large fir beams, that were being covered and hidden by the drywall. We wanted to expose these fir beams to add character to the room. The galley style kitchen was removed along with all of the walls around it, to create an open-concept space. We installed a brand new wide-plank, dark oak engineered hardwood flooring as well as all new baseboards throughout the unit. We installed plumbing and electrical service to allow for in-suite laundry. The kitchen layout was re-configured to make better use of the space, and to accommodate a large island for dining and entertaining. At the end of the island, you'll find a custom dark-walnut wine rack to match the dark-walnut kitchen cabinetry. Custom powder-coated white heater covers were installed over the existing heating system as well; a nice and clean finishing touch to pull the entire design together.