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In 2011, two long time business partners Bryan Aylstock and Justin Witkin of Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis & Overholtz, PLLC turned their passive interest in real estate investment into a business, forming aDoor Properties, LLC. Initially, aDoor focused on renovating older homes throughout the City of Pensacola. Next, aDoor began to concentrate on new construction with an emphasis on neighborhood infill. In 2018, aDoor completed and sold approximately forty-five units. Notable examples of aDoor’s work can be found in the Junction at West Hill on Devilliers street in Pensacola and throughout Pensacola’s East Hill and downtown neighborhoods. Over the last several years aDoor has evolved into three different entities: aDoor Development LLC, aDoor Properties LLC, and aDoor Real Estate. aDoor Development is our land acquisitions and site development entity, aDoor Properties is our home building entity, and aDoor Real Estate is our full service real estate company. We have created a “one stop shop” to streamline the entire real estate development process.
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