Alison Victoria tackles the renovation of a loft in this Atlanta building for Season 3, episode 4 of “Windy City Rehab.”
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Could “Windy City Rehab” be turning into “Atlanta Rehab”?
It certainly seemed like a possibility on this week’s episode as host Alison Victoria called in her brother, Jamie Gramenos, to help her remodel an Atlanta loft. But with hopes for a quick turnaround and a tight budget, this all-in-the-family project could turn into an all-out disaster. Did it?
“I don’t know where I want to live.”
Victoria admitted that she felt at a crossroads and uncertain about where she wanted to settle down, and the snowy shots of Chicago implied that she may be ready to leave the Windy City. After visiting some friends with a new loft in Atlanta, the designer decided to spend more time in the city and consider buying a condo there.
For investment funds, Victoria turned to her brother.
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“You want to get involved in business with me again?” Gramenos asked. Their last project, a house in Las Vegas just before the 2008 recession, lost money, big-time.
This time, the siblings tackled a two-bedroom, two-bedroom loft. Located in a converted textile mill from the late 1800s — the ninth oldest building in the city, according to the show — the property itself consisted of several separate buildings containing rehabbed lofts but maintained some of the industrial components, such as smokestacks and a water tower. Victoria’s intended property boasted a top-floor view …read more
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