Lehigh Valley Kitchen and Bath Remodel Company Partners with Chameleon Power, a Leader in Photographic Visualization Technology | News

NAZARETH, Pa., Feb. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Kitchen Magic, the premier Lehigh Valley based kitchen and bath remodeling firm, has partnered with Chameleon Power, a leading innovator in photorealistic 2D and 3D digital design tools.

The technology provides an accurate visual of the homeowners newly designed kitchen or bath. The company will add this new capability to their websites and in-home kitchen consultation & estimate services. The true-to-life rendering is based on the homeowner’s room layout, chosen materials, colors and styles. The announcement was made by Andrea Daube, Digital Marketing Manager, Kitchen Magic, and the Elements Bath Division. “Kitchen Magic is always looking for ways to enhance the quality of our products, our services, and our customer experience,” states Daube. “Kitchen Magic plans to launch the design tool in March 2021 across all platforms,” adds Daube.

Design staff and their customers will configure and experience their design choices in a life-like digital environment. The customer’s finished results will be customized to their layout, then complimented with Kitchen Magic product styles and colors. The application includes an asset management storage library, for an accurate kitchen or bath assimilation. The remodeler will incorporate its vast custom-line of door

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Donovan & Wye Group , Compass – Industry Leader in Chevy Chase Real Estate – DC Leaders

 

As DC natives, Chevy Chase residents, and parents of Lafayette Elementary students, Pam Wye and Claudia Donovan are committed to investing in the community in which they live and work. They are known as trusted real estate advisors and go-to names for advice and consultation, making them an invaluable resource to the community. They also offer unrivaled local insight, and are passionate about helping their clients discover all that their community has to offer.

Pam and Claudia are defined by the convergence of experience and innovation, and are grounded in their shared commitment to getting the best results for their clients, family, friends, and neighbors. Above all, The Donovan & Wye Group works tirelessly to bring each client’s vision to life — from first-time buyers to downsizers to forever home seekers. No matter where you are in life, they are poised to help you achieve the real estate results you deserve, every time. This year the group welcomes new member Meghan Geier, a Bethesda native and a natural in the business. The great granddaughter of a life-long DC native, she is sharp, poised, and equipped with the pulse on the downtown first-time home buyer market.

pam@compass.com 202.320.4169 | claudia@compass.com 202.251.7011

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Real estate firm Colliers hires longtime Roxbury nonprofit leader

For decades, the people who put together big real estate deals in this city have mostly been male and white.



a small child is holding a stuffed animal: Jeanne Pinado had served as CEO of Madison Park Development Corp.


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Jeanne Pinado had served as CEO of Madison Park Development Corp.

But that is slowly starting to change. The move toward greater diversity gained a little momentum this week with the appointment of Jeanne Pinado as an executive vice president at Colliers, a prominent Boston real estate firm.

The longtime executive director of Madison Park Development Corp. — a Roxbury-based housing nonprofit — Pinado will be a rare Black woman to reach the senior ranks of the city’s major real estate companies. She’s joining Colliers’ Capital Markets Team — which puts together financing packages for large deals — at a time when city and state officials, and even private landowners, are placing a greater premium on attracting a more diverse array of investors for often-lucrative commercial sales and construction projects.

“It’s important now. It’s been important forever. It just hasn’t really been accomplished,” said David Goodhue, who runs Colliers’ Boston office. “Even in my first conversation with Jeanne, I saw somebody who not only could bring an element of diversity to the table but also

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