I've picked a multi-family and am planning on doing some work to the rental kitchen. The tenant I'm trying to attract are younger professionals / couples, and the neighborhood reflects that being in a good part of town. I'd like to install some good countertops that are durable, but I also don't want to put in the top dollar materials only to have them get destroyed. On the other hand, lower quality items might break easier and also give off a cheap look. Unsure what others do so I'm looking for some direction on strength/durability & higher cost.
@Account Closed thanks, I actually had no idea concrete countertops were even a thing!