The Norman Transcript


December 23, 2012

city of norman building permits

NORMAN — The following commercial addition/alteration and commercial 3+ family addition/alteration permits were issued between Dec. 5-12.

· Commercial Addition/Alteration

3505 N. Flood Ave. SLSK, LLC. Absolute Data Shredding $200,000

2200 W. Main St. First Fidelity Bank, NA Panera Bread Drive- Thru $110,000

3700 W. Robinson St. Brookhaven Village Chico’s remodel $238,000

201 W. Daws St. City of Norman Andrews Park restroom renovation $14,000

· Commercial 3+ Family Addition/Alteration

2144 W. Brooks St. Quorum Condominiums HOA exterior wall repair $5,700

One demo permit was issued for demolition of the granary and related buildings at 602 N. Santa Fe Ave.

The following commercial new construction, commercial addition/alteration, commercial new shell interior finish, commercial parking lot, and commercial 3+ family repair applications were submitted between December 5th and December 12th, 2012.

· Commercial New Construction

3010 Classen Blvd. Jeromy Howard Buffalo Wild Wings $2,200,000

· Commercial Addition/Alteration

505 Emerald Way Oklahoma Delta Upsilon Corp. Delta Upsilon addition & remodel $1,773,372

7327 E. Franklin Rd. Franklin Baptist classrooms $20,000

7327 E. Franklin Rd. Franklin Baptist classrooms $20,000

132 W. Main St. Magnolia Investment Properties, LLC Scratch Restaurant interior remodel $200,000

1260 24th Ave. S.W. Ivan E. Goodman Trust Norman Vapes $9,000

Commercial New Shell Interior Finish

810 W. Robinson St. 7-Eleven, LLC. Charles Gooch insurance agency $18,000

· Commercial Parking Lot

115 E. Symmes St.Board of County Commissioners parking lot improvements $508,883

· Commercial 3+ Family Repair

1836 W. Robinson St. Westwood Park, LLC. repair fire damage $17,000

· Commercial Certificate of Occupancies Issued:

2600 Technology Pl. Health Eng. Systems Health Eng. Systems $1,500,000

3355 W. Main St. General Growth Buckle Stores $5,000

2455 W. Main St. Rieger, LLC. VIP Nails & Spa $45,000

125 Vicksburg Ave. NPS-Irving Portable Classroom $27,000

2236 W. Main St. Normandy Creek, LLC. Hobbytown USA Interior Remodel $12,000

1643 24th Ave. N.W. Sooner Investment Group North Park Shops 2 $970,000

1615 24th Ave. N.W. Sooner Investment Group G.N.C. landlord improvement $28,000

1621 24th Ave. N.W. Sooner Investment Group Select Comfort TBD

317 E. Main St.Brian Goodman Kule Apparel Interior Remodel $1,000

1607 24th Ave. N.W. Sooner Investment Group Weight Watchers $46,200

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