The Norman Transcript


May 12, 2013

building permits

NORMAN — The following commercial new construction, commercial addition/alteration, commercial new shell building, commercial repair, and commercial temporary building/construction trailer permits were issued between April 24 and May 1.

Commercial New


2550 Mount Williams Sooner Investment Group Crest Foods Store $7,453,000

1651 24th Ave. N.W. Sooner Investment Group Zoe’s Kitchen $680,000

Commercial Addition/


716 Elm Ave. Phi Kappa Sigma Building, Assoc. Phi Kappa Sigma remodel & addition$2,500,000

212 N. Crawford Kelly Webb Fallout Sports remodel $20,000

3530 MacDonnell Dr. Central Oklahoma Youth Services Landlord Improvements $80,000

123 W. Main St. James L. Adair Love Works Art Studio remodel $20,000

2130 Alameda St. Javier & Maria Ruiz Los Dos Amigos exterior seating area $3,000

Commercial New Shell Building

3525 Wellsite Dr. Caddell Investments, LLC. Wellsite Industrial Park $450,000

3517 Wellsite Dr. Caddell Investments, LLC. Wellsite Industrial Park $500,000

Commercial Repair

551 Interstate Dr. Donohue Investments, LLCAutoMaxHyundai fire repair $750,000

Commercial Temporary Building/Construction Trailer

500 Alameda St.Our Lady of Lebanon ChurchTwo tents for event on 4/27/13 $3,688

Commercial New


5300 Interstate Dr. Community Christian School band room building$2,500

Commercial Addition/Alteration

2545 W. Main St. Polzien, Marvin and Dora Living Trust American Tower Corp. generator $15,000

3300 Marshall Ave. Astellas Pharma Tech., Inc. cold storage addition $473,500

1601 E. Imhoff Rd. CDC-Norman, LLC. Vesper Cottages clubhouse remodel $40,000

Commercial New Shell Interior Finish

2020 24th Ave. N.W. Sooner Investment Group DSW Shoe Warehouse $178,000

Commercial Temporary Building/Construction Trailer

3700 W. Robinson St. Brookhaven Village Plaza, LLC. Jazz in June Stage for 6/20&21/13 $10,000

201 W. Daws St. City of Norman Jazz in June Stage for 6/22/13 $10,000

Commercial Certificate of Occupancies Issued:

3500 Healthplex Pky. Villano Salim, LLC.Wound Car & Lounge $379,800

3024 Classen Blvd. Circle K Circle K $625,000

Residential Activity —between April 24 - May 1.

Seven single-family residential unit permits were issued valued at $2,059,160 with an average value of $294,166.

Thirty-Three single-family addition/alteration permits were issued valued at $774,264.

One demo permit was issued for demolition of a house at 2439 Fritzlan Rd.

Five single-family residential unit applications were submitted valued at $933,790 with an average value of $186,758.

Five single-family addition/alteration applications were submitted valued at $450,000.

One single-family permit was submitted to replace a wild fire damaged house at 14041 Bridge Creek Dr. with a value of $171,270. Only $4 was charged.

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