In a manner of speaking of course. It’s as if there’s a quiet tornado being directed through designated units at the Antlers. You see everything in its place one day, turn around, and it’s gone.
As the ski season winds down (and oh by the way, it’s been a great month) nearly all the condominiums with major improvements scheduled have taken on a different look.
Pete, the mastermind behind the madness, has focused on removing furniture and all the nick-knacks from the units. “We want to make sure all the owners’ belongings are safe and properly stored before actual construction begins” he told me.
You’ll notice in the photos that some demolition has begun but the “loud stuff” will wait until after the Mountain closes. “We’re being considerate of the guests we have in house. We can pull carpet and disassemble cabinets without too much noise, but hammering out tile and taking down walls is part of the schedule that can wait until Vail Mountain is closed.”
These guys have been busy as depicted below:
Where is all this stuff going for the time being?
Things are about to get a little more intense in the coming weeks.