The Norman Transcript

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June 2, 2013

building permits

NORMAN — The following commercial new construction and commercial addition/alteration permits were issued between May 15 and May 22.

Commercial New Construction

5300 Interstate Dr. CCS band room building $2,500

Commercial Addition/Alteration

900 N. Porter Ave. P&S Northwest, LLC.Physician & Surgeon Pharmacy remodel $50,000

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

6221 Interstate Dr. Indian Hills Partnership, Inc. Moonies Pub pitched roof$12,000

The following commercial new construction and commercial addition/alteration applications were submitted between May 15 and May 22.

Commercial New Construction

3201 13th Pl. Campus Crest Dev. swimming pool $144,000

2000 168th Ave. Bld. No. 1 N.E. Little Axe Public Schools relocate portable classroom $20,000

2000 168th Ave. N.E. Bld. No. 2 Little Axe Public Schools relocate portable classroom $20,000

2000 168th Ave. N.E. Bld. No. 3 Little Axe Public Schools relocate portable classroom $20,000

3617 W. Main St. SJB2012, LLC. Raising Canes’ restaurant $750,000

Commercial Addition/Alteration

3101 W. Tecumseh Rd. Suite 100 HD Investments, LLC. West Norman Endoscopy Center $15,000

453 W. Robinson St. City of NormanSprint antenna replace & upgrade$15,000

Commercial Certificate of Occupancies Issued:

207 Chalmette Dr. Gina Kim Brookview Apts. Fire Repair $80,000

3500 Healthplex Pky. Villano Salim, LLC. Hearth Plaza $3,500,000

3500 Healthplex Pky. Villano Salim, LLC. Physician Area No. 2 2nd Floor $550,000

3500 Healthplex Pky. Villano Salim, LLC. Physician Area No. 1 2nd Floor $300,000

3500 Healthplex Pky. Villano Salim, LLC. Diagnostics 1st Floor $573,000

3500 Healthplex Pky. Villano Salim, LLC. Cardiology/Rehab 1st Floor $178,000

2201 W. Main St. Newt & Gina Mitchell Mitchells Jewelry $200,000

2100 W. Main St. TTS&H, LLC. La Baguette Remodel $50,000

1127 Elm Ave.Stace, LLC.JJ Milk Tea remodel $8,000

Residential Activity – May 15 and May 22.

Two single-family residential unit permits were issued valued at $602,420 with an average value of $301,210.

Twenty-Three single-family addition/alteration permits were issued valued at $258,070.

Nine single-family residential unit applications were submitted valued at $1,552,935 with an average value of $172,548.

Two single-family addition/alteration applications were submitted valued at $11,950.

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