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renovate

To repair and upgrade,with a sense of changing something.Contrast with rehabilitate or restore, which imply keeping the same general character and appearance. Differences among the words are important when making modifications to historic structures,because renovation may not be allowed.A property owner's imprecise use of terminology regarding his or her plans could result in unintentional animosity by neighbors and historic preservation commissions.

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The Westpac Renovation Report also found that the perceived difficulty of renovating is not always the same as reality; with those intending to renovate for the first time more likely to have a negative perception of the renovating experience than those who have already been through the renovation.
The district may not be able to afford staffing or renovating campuses to include the food-court style cafeterias that employees are asking for.
They come for jobs - something they would do to an even greater extent when we start work on renovating the Coliseum.
Ocean Waters Development is a privately held Daytona Beach company specializing in redeveloping and/or renovating waterfront properties and transforming them into luxury resort hotels and upscale residential condominiums.
A $270 million master plan adopted in 1988 by the city Board of Library Commissioners calls for building, renovating and expanding 21 libraries in the San Fernando Valley.
Bray & Gillespie is a privately held Daytona Beach hospitality ownership and management company specializing in redeveloping and/or renovating waterfront properties and transforming them into luxury resorts and condo hotels.
9 million in sales tax benefits for equipping and renovating the airline's headquarters location and ongoing capital expenditures.
Projects in progress during the summer include refurbishing classrooms and restrooms at Tropico Middle School, and renovating restrooms at Rosamond Elementary, Hoffman said.
In late October, the 322-room hotel was the first major Daytona hotel to regain full capacity, which included renovating all of the oceanfront rooms, and repairing roof and interior damage.
They are completely renovating the building from A to Z.
For every $2 for renovating existing schools, the state will provide $8.