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537 109th Avenue - before

537 109th After

537 109th Avenue - after


Gutted kitchen

Inside dormer

Inside of new dormer

New dormer

New dormer

siding and windows

Tearing off siding and windows


Laying foundation for addition

dormers porch

New front dormers and covered porch added

dining room framing

New addition from the inside - future dining room area

bedroom closetsa

New dormer from the inside - upstairs bedroom and closets

modified exterior

Modified exterior in progress


Remodeled upstairs bathroom

bedroom dormer

Remodeled upstairs bedroom with dormer


Living and kitchen

Remodeled main level kitchen, dining and living areas


Remodeled kitchen

kitchen remodel

Remodeled kitchen leading out to 1/2 bath, mudroom and side entrance

new dormer outside

New dormer from the outside

537 109th Avenue is a 1959 story and a half home. This home will demonstrate what a sustainable remodel can look like. Every part of this remodel will focus on re-using products, buying from liquidators, incorporating green and sustainable products like linseed flooring and countertops, recycled paint, dual flush toilets, rain barrels, native plant landscaping, and solar panels. This remodel will also include adding a main level bathroom and building two dormers on the 2nd level of the home.

For more information, call the Neighborhood Reinvestment Division at 763-767-6517.

Staff Directory

  • Kristin DeGrande, Neighborhood Coordinator
    763-767-6517 or E-mail
  • Matt Small, Housing Inspector
    763-767-6575 or E-mail
  • Leya Drabczak, Housing Inspector
    763-767-6420 or E-mail
  • Adam Mitlyng, Code Enforcement Tech
    763-767-6596 or E-mail
  • Code Enforcement - 763-767-6470
  • Weed Complaints - 763-951-7200