This project was commissioned by Inversity, a company that focuses on investing in real estate to generate profitability for their customers. In this case, it was a former parlour that had to be converted into an apartment to rent. For this project, we had to adjust a lot of the budget to generate greater profitability for the client after the property was rented out. The client also wanted to harness the space as much as possible. To do this, we had high ceilings and an area that could be converted into an attic or guest bedroom in the upper part of the property.
Firstly, we requested for all of the permits necessary to convert the area into housing. Then, our team of architects designed the new layout with the attic and the upper section. The client also wanted us to decorate the property and to include everything that their future tenants would need. A letting agent subsequently marketed the rental.