What’s next for old Sebastian’s store in San Simeon? Remodeling plans show vision for site

It’s sort of a Thanksgiving gift to people who care about the future of Sebastian’s General Store in Old San Simeon Village.

Hearst Corp. is one step closer to upgrading the small, significant structure while also returning it to its hale, hearty and historic past.

Sebastian family heirs sold the store and the land on which it sits to the corporation in 2009.

On Nov. 18, Schani Siong, senior county planner on the project, told members of the North Coast Advisory Council that the corporation has submitted its initial restoration plans to the San Luis Obispo County Planning Department. She said the council and the public will have a chance to review those plans once the county deems them to be complete.

Hearst officials shuttered the building in August 2019 after an engineer’s safety study reported that the structure wasn’t safe to occupy, in part because it was built

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San Simeon store remodel plan for Sebastian’s building

It’s sort of a Thanksgiving gift to people who care about the future of Sebastian’s General Store in Old San Simeon Village.

Hearst Corp. is one step closer to upgrading the small, significant structure while also returning it to its hale, hearty and historic past.

Sebastian family heirs sold the store and the land on which it sits to the corporation in 2009.

On Nov. 18, Schani Siong, senior county planner on the project, told members of the North Coast Advisory Council that the corporation has submitted its initial restoration plans to the San Luis Obispo County Planning Department. She said the council and the public will have a chance to review those plans once the county deems them to be complete.

Hearst officials shuttered the building in August 2019 after an engineer’s safety study reported that the structure wasn’t safe to occupy, in part because it was built with

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U.S. Home Remodeling Market Size | Opportunity Analysis Report by 2026

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Nov 25, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
The U.S. home remodeling market size is expected to exceed more than US$ 507.5 Billion by 2026; Growing at a CAGR of more than 4.5% in the given forecast period 2020 to 2026.

Over the years, the U.S. has observed tremendous economic growth owing to the measures taken to enhance industrialization in the region. A rise in the ability of the consumers to spend on advanced products and services has led to consequent developments in the regional real estate industry.

Growing awareness among the people regarding the need to conserve the environment has magnified the requirement for energy-efficient homes. The government has also encouraged the use of sustainable products to ensure reduced carbon emission levels. Strategic collaborations established between the government bodies and utilities have implemented various programs like residential

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Homeowners are remodeling in record numbers amid pandemic

As people continue to spend more and more time in their homes, many are looking for ways to upgrade through remodeling. And it doesn’t take a big budget to do so.

MINNEAPOLIS — When Dave Fransen bought his first house in south Minneapolis 13 years ago, it was a true fixer upper. And he’s since built a new kitchen, garage and a backyard fence.

“It definitely needed some work,” said Fransen. “And I’ve just been ticking off projects here and there.”

But this year is his busiest yet, because, as the pandemic gets longer, so does his list of projects.

“When you’re at home a lot more, it’s easy to get more annoyed by the things that have always sort of annoyed you about your house,” said Fransen. “They get a little more amplified.”

That’s one reason homeowners nationwide are remodeling in record numbers. Home design website Houzz says leads

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Home Remodeling Market 2020 Trends, Key Players, Manufacturers Data, Price Analysis, Company Profiling By Type, By Density Composition

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Nov 20, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
The latest report as Home Remodeling Market acknowledges Size, Application Segment, Type, Regional Outlook, Market Demand, Latest Trends, and Home Remodeling Industry Share and Revenue by Manufacturers, Leading Companies Profiles, Future Growth Potential Forecasts-2025. In the next few years, analyses the current market size and development in this sector. The report offers a critical supposition identifying with the Global Home Remodeling Market by examining its division. The worldwide market that compares to the Home Remodeling market size, share, increase factor, key vendors, revenue, product demand, sales size, quantity, cost structure, and new development in the Home Remodeling Market.

It is pertinent to consider that in a volatile global economy, we haven’t just conducted Home Remodeling market forecasts in terms of CAGR, but also studied the market based on key parameters, including

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Remodeling Market Size | Opportunity Analysis Report by 2026

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Nov 24, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
The global remodeling market size is expected to reach USD 4.76 trillion by 2026, progressing at a CAGR of 3.9% over the forecast period, according to a new report by Global Market Insights, Inc.

The remodeling market is projected to foresee commendable growth in coming years due to increasing renovation activities across commercial & residential areas. Factors such as surging investment in infrastructural development, changing consumer demographics will also drive the remodeling market penetration.

In recent times, increasing investments and financial benefits have prompted hospitals to remodel their structures. The growth of prominent market players and a more professional approach towards expansion or renovation of existing hospital has become equally essential. Citing an instance, in October 2020, U.S-based St. Cloud Surgical Center, reportedly announced its plan to undergo $11 million

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