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February 24, 2013

building permits

NORMAN — The following commercial new construction, commercial addition/alteration, and commercial new shell interior finish permits were issued between Feb. 6-13.

Commercial New Construction

480 Merchant Dr. Ben Gray Harbor Homes, Inc. office building $300,000

Commercial Addition/Alteration

4600 36th Ave N.W. NorthHaven Church education building $3,500,000

4606 E. Rock Creek Rd. C.R.C. Board of Trustees Camp Rock Creek cabin rebuild B1 $18,000

4606 E. Rock Creek Rd. C.R.C. Board of Trustees Camp Rock Creek cabin rebuild G1 $18,000

4606 E. Rock Creek Rd. C.R.C. Board Trustees of Camp Rock Creek cabin rebuild G2 $18,000

4606 E. Rock Creek Rd. C.R.C. Board of Trustees Camp Rock Creek cabin rebuild G3 $18,000

3770 W. Robinson St. Suite 116 Brookhaven Village Plaza, LLC. Sparkley Spot Pet Boutique & Pawler $20,000

Commercial New Shell Interior Finish

3048 Classen Blvd. P-R Norman, LLC. J 4 Therapy $5,000

One demo permit was issued for demolition of 14 cabins at 4606 E. Rock Creek Rd.

The following commercial addition/alteration application was submitted between Feb. 6-13.

Commercial Addition/Alteration

3417 W. Main St. General Growth Properties, Inc. Sooner Mall landlord improvement $65,000

Commercial Certificate of Occupancies Issued:

4201 24th Ave. N.W. RCTA, LLC. Southern Plains Treatments Services $1,150,000

4201 24th Ave. NW. RCTA, LLC. Southern Plains Treatment - Kitchen $150,000

601 12th Ave. N.W. Wal-Mart Discount Center #2734 Interior Renovation $400,000

1016 24th Ave. N.W. Garver, LLC. Garver, LLC. $102,456

275 12th Ave. S.E. Bld. B Azca Investments, Pro Storage Inc. $110,000

Residential Activity — Feb. 6-13.

Eight single-family residential unit permits were issued valued at $1,600,350 with an average value of $200,044.

Thirty-One single-family addition/alteration permits were issued valued at $415,640.

One demo permit was issued for demolition of a mobile home at 1400 28th Ave S.W. Lot No. 4.

Four single-family residential unit applications were submitted valued at $616,000 with average value of $154,000.

Two single-family addition/alteration permits were submitted valued at $13,500.

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