Few can resist the temptations of rich, decadent desserts, savory soups and mouth-watering, made-to-order sandwiches at Frank Street Bakery. And, MainStreet Design Build is no exception.
Since Frank Street Bakery opened in December 2011, we have enjoyed this favorite, local hot spot for dining-in or carry out. This holiday, we wanted to make you aware of this friendly neighborhood café, and all that it offers you this season.
Each year, the Houzz community selects the “Best of Houzz” for excellence in a variety of categories, including Customer Satisfaction and Design. Thanks to our valued clients, suppliers, partners and associates, we earned this distinguished title last year. We now need your help to be considered for the 2014 awards. All you would need to do is write an endorsement on Houzz before the year is up.
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How long have you been thinking about a luxurious laundry room with tons of space to fold and hang laundry? How often have you dreamed of a doorway that is free and clear of clutter—replaced by a mudroom that conveniently stores your kids’ jackets, shoes, and backpacks? And, what about that large, 7’x9’ functional island in the middle of your kitchen that gathers friends and family for years to come?
Just getting started (photo taken in...
MainStreet Design Build at the 2012 Habitat for Humanity Build
We’ve had a couple of great community involvement events over the last month! Last Thursday, we hosted the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce (BBCC) Member Coffee. This was the first experience in hosting this worthwhile event, but will certainly not be our last! With almost 40 attendees, our home design studio was almost a full house!
The Chamber represents six...
Steve Ramaekers, President of MainStreet Design Build (standing) hosts the National Remodelers Round Table Team. From L to R first row: Stephanie Simons (Kohler Company), Dan Hurst (Hurst Remodeling), Andy Haste (Riverside Construction); 2nd Row: Dave Caputo (G&L and Sons Renovations), Tom Barber (Barber Construction), Pat Hurst (Hurst Remodeling), Dale Sahr (McAdams Builders); 3rd row: Stanley Acton (Acton Construction), Paul Morse...