Located in the Essex house Condominium on Sarasota’s beautiful bay front, Trinity Construction was contracted to perform a complete gut renovation of this unit, otherwise known as “Down to the bare walls”, because of the extensive amount of work completed in a gut renovation. We did everything from core renos such as replacing the floors and walls to aesthetic creations such as creating a backsplash in the kitchen that mimics the wonderful ocean views of the unit, with the blues, whites and blacks complimenting the grey and matte black kitchen cabinets.

We worked with a wonderful client who had purchased this unit and renovated for his grandmother to enjoy. This beautifully located unit nestled on the Sarasota Bay with wonderful views of both the Bay and St. Armand’s Bridge, which is the landmark bridge leading out to Lido Key and Longboat Key. This bridge has exquisite lighting on the columns and looks fantastic after dark.

The scope of work for this project included removal of all existing flooring and 50% of the interior walls. Since this is a ground floor unit, we were able to reconfigure the kitchen sink location and created an island to give the unit a more modern and updated layout. Both bathrooms and Bedrooms received a complete overhaul. Electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems were all updated during the renovation.

The final change which provides the biggest aesthetic upgrade, in this unit was the removal of the railings and sliding glass doors and installation of all new storefront glass which provides amazing views of the stunning Sarasota bay front.

We were so happy to be able to assist our client in the project for his grandmother. We completed this project, as always on-time and on budget!