Trinity Row Unit Upgrade
Trinity Row is an 18-unit property spread across three townhomes in the Logan Square neighborhood of Philadelphia. Reinhold Residential contracted us to design the upgrades for each of the units and later, to design the look for the renovated common areas. The design services for the unit upgrades were comprehensive, including selecting fixtures and finishes for the bathrooms and kitchen, flooring, and paint. Several units required reconfiguration to accommodate new walk-in closets.
For the bathrooms, we selected an oversized light gray strie tile; custom full-wall mirror; and white quartz countertops to make the small bathrooms feel large, bright and, modern. The larger tiles also cut down on grout lines, making them easier to clean. We designed the main living areas of the apartment in warm, neutral tones to maximize the appeal to potential renters. We breathed new life into the kitchens with white quartz counters, white ice whirlpool appliances, and vertical woodgrain cabinetry to give the illusion of height to the eight foot ceilings. Finally, the bedrooms were finished with neutral solution dyed nylon carpets, for easy cleaning, and custom closets that allowed residents to maximize their storage space.
This project left no room for error on timelines, as we had to measure, design, and complete each apartment within 30 days of a vacancy in anticipation of a new renter occupying the unit. We hit this timeline for every unit.
Photos: Laura Kicey Photography