There's a particular style of apartments that sprouted up in established neighborhoods across the city during the 1970's. Cladded in a beige rock-like sheathing with bulbous patios, teardowns of existing housing must have been an inexpensive option. Now after 30+ years they're getting a new lease on life as condo-conversions. The latest one we've spotted, Manito Court, is on Grand Avenue four blocks south of (your guessed it) Manito Park. There's a frenzy of remodeling activity going on here as all fourteen units appear to be getting the ol' 'fix-it-flip-it updates'. The new landscaping is so fresh you can see the seams in the freshly laid lawn. Passing by, an interesting integrated stainless-steel sign/waterfeature makes it clear you've arrived at Manito Court. Perhaps the most perplexing additions are the new gated entrances, which mean your car will be safe as you pull into your reserved spot in...the carport?