Pete and The Dis gang use the word “rehab” (rehabilitation) when talking about the update of hotels or restaurants. In my region (Toronto, Canada), the term “reno” (renovation) is most common and perhaps “refurb” (refurbishment) a distant second. This is NOT a criticism or complaint. It’s a curiosity because “rehab” (as I know it) is used exclusively for health. More specifically, its universal pairing as “drug rehab” makes any other use striking when I hear it. Is “rehab” a common term in Florida when referring to the updating of a building? (So, this is just a regional difference like how “cookies” vs “biscuits” mean different things around the world). Or, is this phrasing particular to Pete and The Dis gang? Again, not a complaint. Just learning something.