The Audubon Apartment After

Within one year of purchasing the Audubon Apartments Architectural Renovators has been able to complete six two bedroom apartments.  Tenants have already moved in.  The next phase of the renovation is the front of the building which will house two three bedroom units, a two bedroom unit, and efficiency.  The lower level will have three modern efficiencies that will have a loft look and feel about them.  The lower level will also include an exercise room and storage for the tenants use.

                              All of the kitchens have stainless steel appliances, including a wine cooler, stack washer and dryer                              and porcelain tile flooring.

                             The original wood flooring was stripped, stained, and finished.   Built-ins were restored to keep the                              authentic look of the 1914 built apartments.

                             Beautiful original french doors were restored with new hardware, and fresh paint.  Each apartment has                             a large balcony opening off of those French doors.

                                         The entrance doors had to be custom built in our wood shop to match the architecture of the                                          original entrances.   A keyless entry was installed for safety and security of our tenants.                                            New custom lighting fixtures flank the doors.

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  1. I love living in the Audubon and am delighted to be back in the Arts District in Evansville IN! Yeah – Architectural Renovators brought the Audubon back to life – full of life! The design, materials, finishes, and overall renovation was accomplished with a high level of integrity by responding to the historic nature of the building while still bringing in modern amenities.

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