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March 17, 2013

building permits

NORMAN — The following commercial new construction, commercial addition/alteration, 3+ family new construction, and commercial temporary building/construction trailer permits were issued between Feb. 27- March 7.

Commercial New Construction

2599 S. Jenkins Ave. City of Norman-Reaves Park concession stand and restrooms $160,000

Commercial Addition/Alteration

3437 W. Main St. General Growth Properties, Inc Best Buy Mobile $125,000

3750 W. Main St. 5C Park on Main, Inc. Freeman Creative Studio salon $15,000

3000 E. Robinson St. City of Norman Sprint antenna upgrade $15,000

1220 Blue Lake Dr. Alma L. Bumgarner Trust Sprint antenna upgrade $15,000

5511 E. Lindsey St. Marian V. Potts Trust Sprint antenna upgrade $15,000

Commercial 3+ Family New

2525 E. Lindsey St. Bld. A Mission Norman4 unit apartment building $200,000

Commercial Temporary Building/Const. Trailer

151 12th Ave. S.E. Suite 160 KSK Enterprises LLC Harbor Freight tent $1,257

Two demo permits were issued to move a house at 3180 Classen Blvd and demolish the Reaves Park concession stand at 2599 S. Jenkins Ave.

The following commercial addition/alteration, commercial new shell interior finish, and commercial temporary building/construction trailer applications were submitted between Feb.27- March 7.

1000 Alameda St. Suite 126 Alameda Square Plaza, LLC DHS interior remodel $300,000

1606 24th Ave. S.W. Norman Storage LLC Security Self Storage underground shelter $2,595

744 Elm Ave. Alpha Iota Corp. of Delta Gamma Delta Gamma Kitchen renovation $630,800

500 Ed Noble Pky. MDO Properties, Inc. Applebee’s exterior renovation $29,7453

188 24th Ave. S.E. Exodus Advisory Services, LLC upgrade T-Mobile antenna $15,000

Commercial New Shell Interior Finish

2401 W. Main St. Suite 104 Rieger LLC.Batteries Plus Bulbs $30,000

Commercial Temporary Building/Construction Trailer

121 E. Main St.121 E. Main St, LLC.McNellie’s temporary tent $951

Commercial Certificate of Occupancies Issued:

3400 W. Tecumseh Rd. Suite 301 Norman RegionalHospital Greater Norman Surgery Center $1,414,000

102 W. Main St. N M R C-1, LLC and OK LMTD Corp. S & B’s Burger Joint $15,000

1125 N. Porter Ave.Norman Regional Hospital GI of Norman interior remodel $227,500

402 W. Main St. Adair, James R. Insurance office remodel $20,000

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