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May 5, 2013

building permits

NORMAN — The following commercial new construction, commercial addition/alteration, commercial new shell building building, and commercial temporary building/construction trailer permits were issued between April 17-24.

Commercial Foundation only

3180 Classen Blvd. Bld. No. 1 Switzer’s Locker Room of Norman storage building$5,000

3180 Classen Blvd. Bld. No. 2 Switzer’s Locker Room of Norman storage building$5,000

3180 Classen Blvd. Bld. No. 3 Switzer’s Locker Room of Norman storage building$5,000

3180 Classen Blvd. Bld. No. 4 Switzer’s Locker Room of Norman storage building$6,000

3180 Classen Blvd. Bld. No. 4 Switzer’s Locker Room of Norman storage building$5,000

3180 Classen Blvd. Bld. No. 6 Switzer’s Locker Room of Norman storage building$5,000

3180 Classen Blvd. Bld. No. 7 Switzer’s Locker Room of Norman storage building$5,000

Commercial 3+ Family Addition/Alteration

401 12th Ave S.E. Unit No. 308 Allen L. Yang Cottonwood Ridge additional bedroom$400

401 12th Ave S.E. Unit No. 278 Allen L. Yang Cottonwood Ridge additional bedroom$500

401 12th Ave S.E. Unit No. 143 Allen L. Yang Cottonwood Ridge additional bedroom $500

401 12th Ave S.E. Unit No. 151 Allen L. Yang Cottonwood Ridge additional bedroom$500

401 12th Ave S.E. Unit No. 136 Allen L. Yang Cottonwood Ridge additional bedroom$500

401 12th Ave S.E. Unit No. 156 Allen L. Yang Cottonwood Ridge additional bedroom$500

401 12th Ave S.E. Unit No. 300 Allen L. Yang Cottonwood Ridge additional bedroom$500

Commercial Addition/Alteration

603 Classen Blvd. Trinity Lutheran Church 2nd floor interior remodel $200,000

Commercial New Shell Interior Finish

3451 36th Ave. N.W. Satish K. Arora Pizza Hut $165,000

Commercial Certificate of Occupancies Issued

915 Classen Blvd. NPS-Lincoln Security Entrance & Renovation $411,000

500 James Dr. NPS-Madison Cafeteria & Kitchen $1,303,000

Residential Activity

Thirteen single-family residential unit permits were issued valued at $4,395,170 with an average value of $338,090.

Two two-family residential unit permits were issued valued at $250,580 with an average value of $125,290.

Twenty-Three single-family addition/alteration permits were issued valued at $653,458.

Two demo permits were issued for demolition of houses at 2013 W. Franklin Rd and 520 Cedar Ln.

Seven single-family residential unit applications were submitted valued at $1,608,520 with an average value of $229,789.

Five single-family addition/alteration applications were submitted valued at $139,399.

Three demo permits were submitted for demolition of houses at 306 N. Findlay Ave, 2439 Fritzlan Rd, and 203 E. Brooks St.

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