See How One Husband Transformed an Attic Into His Wife’s Dream Closet

You know the old saying: one man’s unfinished attic is another’s dream closet. 

While staying inside amid the coronavirus pandemic inspired many to tackle DIY home improvement projects, few embarked on as ambitious a transformation as the Cabreras. The Maryland family, who owns the company Remodeling & Design LLC, used the time to transform their attic into a jaw-dropping walk-in closet — and the enviable project has gone viral on social media. 

“Anyways my dad built my mom a closet in the attic,” Joserin Cabrera tweeted on June 21, sharing before-and-after photos of the dramatic transformation. It quickly gained attention,

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How HGTV’s ‘Property Brothers’ Plan to Go Back Into Production, But With Precautions (EXCLUSIVE)

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As the fate of many Hollywood productions remains up in the air due to the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly as cases sharply rise, HGTV stars Jonathan and Drew Scott — aka the “Property Brothers” — are moving forward with new TV episodes for their vast home-improvement empire.

“The catalyst for us was that construction was never shut down,” Jonathan Scott says. “It was considered essential for obvious reasons, because we can’t have people displaced from their homes. But really, it was a challenge for us. Do we pause the shows and leave

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How Miami’s seaport is surviving the loss of cruise ship business during the pandemic

Just last November, PortMiami was bustling with construction workers bringing to life five new cruise terminals and two cruise company headquarters. Future cruise business was all but guaranteed: Fiscal year 2020 was set to break the port’s 2019 record of 6.8 million passengers, up 22 percent from 2018.

The county agreed to pay $700 million toward the projects, and the cruise companies — Carnival Corporation, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, MSC Cruises and Virgin Voyages — agreed to repay the county $5.8 billion over the next 20 to 62 years.

In November, port director Juan Kuryla

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