The House’s renovation sets new standards for bars in Tigerland | News

After closing its doors for nearly a year, The House bar in Tigerland looks forward to re-opening soon with a completely revamped look. Plans for a renovation have been in the works since late 2019, after co-owners Jeff Vaccaro and Casey Fields were inspired by the modernity of bars in other towns like Tuscaloosa and Oxford. They wanted to give LSU students a unique atmosphere that no other bar in Baton Rouge has tried yet.

“Yeah [the bar] really needed an update,” Vaccaro said. “Tigerland’s been around since the late ’70s, and it’s been 20 to 30 years since anybody

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Atlanta house renovation halted in Collier Heights

Atlanta City Hall blames real estate investors for the delays; the investor blames City Hall red tape; neighbors say they’re caught in the middle.

ATLANTA — Residents of a historic Atlanta neighborhood are caught in the middle of a stalemate between City Hall and a real estate investor.

Neighbors are stuck living next to an eye area of ​​a vacant, old house that they say is also potentially dangerous.

And so far they haven’t been able to do anything about it.

The weeds and grass are knee-high. The large, construction dumpster in the driveway is overflowing and smelly. The house

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Home Renovation Planning: Where to Start

Whether you’re updating a basement, a bathroom, or your entire house, the home renovation process involves a pretty big bell curve. At the beginning, you’re bursting with excitement and inspiration about the transformation—and by the time the renovation is complete, you’re equally as thrilled about with the results. You can enjoy your home more knowing that you’ve added to its value.

That said, the middle part—which involves the demo and construction phase—inevitably comes with some challenges. That’s why it’s important to carefully consider this section of the job at the very beginning. Doing your research, asking the right questions, and

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