The Norman Transcript


August 11, 2013

building permits

NORMAN — The following commercial new construction and commercial addition/alteration permits were issued between July 24 -31.

Commercial New Construction

1100 College Ave. Jim Culwell Kappa Sigma Fraternity $5,000,000

3730 W. Rock Creek Road The Falls at Brookhaven LLC swimming pool $35,000

Commercial Addition/Alteration

4151 W. Robinson St. City of Norman upgrade Sprint antenna $15,000

The following commercial addition/alteration, commercial new shell interior finish, and commercial 3+ family repair applications were submitted between July 24 -31.

Commercial Addition/Alteration

215 N. Ponca Ave. NPS-Longfellow Variety Care Clinic interior remodel $15,000

1000 Alameda St. Suite 102-C Alameda Square Plaza LLC landlord improvements $12,000

316 W. Main St. L C Miller Properties LLC Miller Vision Care remodel/renovation $200,000

1301 Da Vinci St. City of Norman Fleet Maintenance interior office remodel $6,500

Commercial New Shell Interior Finish

480 24th Ave. N.W. Suite 100 SKM LLC Cheers Wine & Spirits $10,000

1551 36th Ave. N.W. Suite 110 Rieger LLC Rieger offices $63,000

Commercial 3+ Family Repair

1120 McGee Drive Unit B Teelco at Winshire LLC Windshire apartments fire repair $5,000

1111 Oak Tree Ave. Buildings A and B S2S Commons Associates LLC Commons on Oak Tree fire repair $1,000,000

1111 Oak Tree Ave. Buildings J and K S2S Commons Associates LLC Commons on Oak Tree fire repair $1,000,000

Commercial Certificate of Occupancies Issued:

302 S. Porter Ave. Highland Dairy parking lot $70,000

2459 W. Main St. Rieger LLC landlord improvements $100,000

2459 W. Main St. Rieger LLC future lease space remodel $61,000

2459 W. Main St. Rieger LLC Photo Shop remodel $0

Residential Activity – July 24 -31.

Three single-family residential unit permits were issued valued at $603,190 with an average value of $201,063.

Fifty single-family addition/alteration permits were issued valued at $469,335. Thirty-Seven of the 50 permits were storm shelters.

Five single-family residential unit applications were submitted valued at $1,128,370 with an average value of $225,674.

Five single-family addition/alteration applications were submitted valued at $146,290.

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