After seeing an article in the Austin American-Statesman yesterday about one of our clients (chef & restaurant owner Larry McGuire) it occurred to me that it might be a good idea to periodically post some "Before & After" images of some of our renovation projects as it’s a great way to communicate the kind of transformation that can take place. This first post shows the 1st floor of the historic 1874 J.P. Schneider Store in downtown Austin in the upper left hand photo before it was turned into an upscale barbecue restaurant and music venue. The same view (after renovation) appears directly below the “before” shot. The 3rd image shows a close-up of the far end of the 1st floor and the code-required front staircase, which we designed, appears to float in space.
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