Saturday, February 23 2019 / Published in Accessory Dwelling, Costs
Kim came to New Avenue looking to add a one-bedroom accessory dwelling to her backyard. A New Avenue partner architect created this design. There are so many uses for a project like this. Kim can rent her new backyard dwelling out and have it paid off in just a few years. If she needs it
Saturday, February 23 2019 / Published in Accessory Dwelling, Costs, Informational
Mona teamed up with her daughter Lisa, son-in-law Aaron, and two grandkids to create this backyard casita near the famous Berkeley Gourmet Ghetto. The plan was for Lisa, Aaron, and their kids to move into the main home on the property. Mona would move into the new casita, allowing the whole family to be together
Friday, February 22 2019 / Published in Informational
These San Francisco homeowners wanted to remodel their 100-year-old home, but the city said they had to keep the art-deco facade. Here’s how designer Matt Waitkus gave them the space they need. When a young San Francisco couple added a baby to the family, they approached designer Matt Waitkus with two goals: 1) to increase
Wednesday, February 20 2019 / Published in Informational
Like many Bay Area homeowners, the owners of this mid-century home in Piedmont needed more room for their growing family. They loved their home and the area, so they decided to remodel. The family wanted to add a third bedroom so the children could each have their own space. They also wanted to expand the
Thursday, January 24 2019 / Published in Informational
When you hire New Avenue for a construction project, we’ll help you decide whether you need to start with a design professional or a licensed contractor. Many projects start with the contractor submitting a construction proposal. This requires a site visit, and there’s a fee. Why? We charge this fee to make sure our contractor