Roof & Lanai Progress
Posted: OCT/NOV 2022
Top Floor & Site Visit
Posted: OCT 2022
A trip to the Gulf Coast allowed us the opportunity to finally see the construction up close. Happy for the progress being made and thankful for no Hurricane Ian damage. Drone images below:
Posted: AUG 2022
Posted: JUL 2022
Slab & Ground Floor
Posted: JUN 2022
Posted: APR 2022
Initial Excavation & Foundation
Posted: MAR 2022
Contract Signed & Processed
Posted: 28 FEB 2022
Posted: 20 DEC 2021
Posted: 24 NOV 2021
3rd 3D Model Images From BIMx App
Posted: 22 OCT 2021
Posted: OCT 2021
360 Panning Around Property
Coastal Aerial Then Lanai View
Posted: 18 OCT 2021
Updated floor plans and elevations (all masonry block walls). 3D Model pending.
Posted: 22 SEPT 2021
Juliet balconies removed and some walls/doors repositioned.
Posted: 20 SEPT 2021
Design Updates Continue
Posted: 12 SEPT 2021
Additional modifications to accommodate ground floor foyer and open space on main level. Kitchen & pantry adjusted, guest bedroom adjusted, guest bathroom modified, and hall closet added. Top floor hallway adjusted and master bathroom & closets modified.
Adjustments Due To Budget Constraints
Posted: 04 SEPT 2021
 Shorten garage  Remove main steps and move covered front foyer to ground floor (Creates open foyer area on first floor)  Reduce size of lanais  Replace front balconies with Juliette balconies  Modify master bedroom entrance and adjust closets as needed  Remodel requires switching placement of elevator and stairs
The Town of Redington Beach
Redington Beach is located on a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico and is bordered by North Redington Beach to the north, Madeira Beach to the south, Boca Ciega Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway on the east, and the Gulf of Mexico on the west.
Redington Beach is primarily a waterfront residential community. and is a state chartered municipality, located in Pinellas County, west of Tampa, Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg.
The town is approximately 1 square mile in size including 4 town parks, 5 public beach accesses, a causeway with benches for relaxing and fishing, and a community recreation area with basketball courts.
Redington Beach formerly known as North Madeira Beach was officially established in 1945 with the town limits at the time extending from 155th Avenue to 170th Avenue.
The town’s namesake is Charles E. Redington, a real estate developer and investor who in the roaring 1920s began buying up Pinellas County’s mostly barren, beachfront property with what some said were visions of a Miami Beach type resort colony. Arguably, this goal never quite happened, but he was able to put his imprint on the barrier islands.
Not long after arriving as a full-time resident, he began buying and leasing property in St. Petersburg Beach, Pass-A-Grille, and Treasure Island and especially in Madeira Beach, Redington Beach and North Redington Beach.
In 1935, when most of the area was one long deserted stretch of beach, he built his first home on Redington Beach. By 1940, there were a grand total of five Redington-built homes on Redington Beach.
The original Redington home at 15572 Gulf Blvd., said to be the oldest beach house on Redington Beach, still stands, albeit, renovated and remodeled over the years by its subsequent owners. The original magnolia wood floors have, reportedly, remained.
The Town of Redington Beach has 1,021 households with a total population of ~1,500 people.
Data compiled: OCT 2021
General Contractor: www.lordgccorp.com
ZIP Code 33708 – The land area within this ZIP code is 3.412 square miles. The surrounding water area is 4.655 square miles and is approximately 57.7% of the total area of 33708. Based on records from 2014, ZIP Code 33708 has a population of 15,447 people. The number of households is 12,793.