This is a continuation of a story from the other day, a progress report on the tenant leaving.
The property under management has been vacated and the construction of the skeleton handover has begun. Since the restaurant was originally operated nearly 40 years, no one has been able to grasp the original shape of the building. Therefore, during the demolition process, we had to witness the demolition and confirm which parts of the building should be left intact and which parts should be removed.
The important thing to note this time is that the wall that separates the store from the next door to the west will remain as it is, and since there is a store underneath, we will have the flooring demolished without any significant force applied. We also decided to have the flooring removed to the lowest level.
The shop next door was operating with only one wall, and since the shop is in the basement, there was a risk that the floor would fall out if a strong impact was applied, so we had to do this by hand.
The walls and floors will be demolished until the existing walls are removed and the original frame area is visible.
It's hard to distinguish old, unused gas pipes,water pipes and electrical wiring, etc. that had been used up until now. Also, the lighting in the common area was linked to the next store, was 3 points system used by each restaurants, but with the demolition of the building, the light switch function became unusable. Therefore, we hurriedly had an electrician come and reconnect the wires.
After all, it is an old building and it has been renovated many times, so it is not easy to do so. A meeting is held at the site with the demolition company to discuss how far the walls need to be removed, the dismantling of the trays and the removal of the walls, etc., and then when the work is nearing completion, we confirm that we will be there again.
It is time to do these things so that the lessee can be found quickly so that the next lessor's business will be successful. On the next occasion, we will report the clean condition after removal.
Arrows International Realty Corp.
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