September Update

September 8th, 2018

Summer has reached it’s unofficial end, though it would seem someone has forgotten to inform the weather of this because it is still reaching about 90 every day and extremely humid. I’m trying not to complain too much though because I know I’ll be longing for these days in a few months when it’s about 40 out and there’s about 3 hours of daylight each day. OK, maybe I’m exaggerating a bit – what can I say, we’re beach people, we like the light and the heat, we don’t do well with this winter stuff. It’s just unnatural. 

Anyway, on to the subject at hand – The Pinnacle! Unit 3 has now gone under reservation which makes for a total of NINE units reserved. Yes, NINE, you didn’t misread that. We are so thrilled with the interest and popularity this project has seen this year and are just as anxious as those who have reserved units to see the finished product. As with any major project there have been ups and downs but overall The Pinnacle has made for a fun and busy year at Alan Shelor Real Estate and we’ve all enjoyed working with the developers, builders and everyone involved. 

The siding is finished on the building, sheet rock was being installed last week and this coming week and should be finished very soon, concrete has been poured underneath the building, the elevator will be installed in the coming weeks as well as fixtures and appliances in the units. We are looking at a full completion date of mid-to-late October. It’s hard to believe that the project will be finished so soon – we aren’t going to know what to do with ourselves!

Well, there might be another project coming up after this one but you didn’t hear that from me… 

I hope everyone is able to enjoy these last few weeks of summer when the beaches and roads are much less crowded and we can all sit back and relax a bit and congratulate ourselves on another hard working busy season gone by.




  • metal mike
    5 months ago



    • admin
      4 months ago

      Why thank you, completely anonymous stranger!

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