Restoration Development is very excited to announce that they are about to start "Phase 2" of their work with the City of Chicago and Mercy Housing as part of the "Neighborhood Stabilization Program" to acquire and rehab vacant homes in blighted neighborhoods that are deeply affected by foreclosure and returning them to the use they were intended: as high-quality homes that are affordable, attractive and energy efficient.
Restoration Development is excited to have a recent project featured in Bathroom Trends Magazine!
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"Restoration Development is Committed to Creating Quality, Affordable Housing In Chicago's Most Challenging Neighborhoods"
Here is a quote from one of our recent customers:
"We are "so" pleased with the restoration job for our unit damaged by fire. Actually, restoration is the wrong word. We are pleased with the renovation of the unit. The interior was redesigned to a modern theme. There are exciting upgrades such as the cabinetry, granite countertops, interior doors, beautiful appliances, (that I enjoyed choosing), and an open floor plan for the kitchen and dining room areas that features a granite peninsula service/meal station. It's an interior design masterpiece down to the color scheme chosen for the walls and wood trim. We are so pleased with the results! The project was finished before the targeted completion date, which was an added bonus. We look forward to featuring the unit in our promotional campaigns."
Elizabeth Bain, Property Manager
Ash Street Cooperative, Park Forest, IL
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