For the last four weeks, real estate mogul Sidney Torres IV led the amazing transformation of several developments in the new CNBC show, “The Deed.” In each episode, Torres assisted up-and-coming New Orleans developers, turning their lagging projects into impressive homes for sale.
Throughout the season, Torres assisted Nicole Webre with her Bakery Village development, located in the Irish Channel neighborhood; Contractor developer and contractor Russell Frank in flipping a Treme home; and Matthew Holden with building an investment property in New Orleans.
Airing this past Wednesday, Torres partnered with Verius Property Group in New Orleans.
Founded in 2010, Veirus Property Group has developed and manages over 200 units throughout New Orleans and the West Bank.
One of the Group’s latest and largest projects is 37 Hundred, located at 3701 Bienville Street, which is planned to be one of the largest town home developments in New Orleans. The property will only be blocks away from the upcoming Sidney Torres IV’s Mid-City development.
Verius Property group’s newest task is reviving and aging Treme home.
In the tour, Torres showcases the newly designed Treme home, that keeps true to its New Orleans classic attribute, including tall ceilings, exposed brick fire places and floor to ceiling windows. Torres is also a fan of the grand master bedroom and master bathroom, and the developers’ exceptional use of colors throughout the home.
Mike and Andre were thinking big, but not big enough!— Sidney D.Torres (@SidneyDTorresIV) March 23, 2017
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Throughout the renovation process, Torres was heavily involved in the renovation process in the home, from room design to material choice.