The Norman Transcript


April 13, 2013

building permits

NORMAN — The following commercial addition/alteration, commercial parking lot and commercial temporary building/construction trailer permits were issued between March 26 and April 3.

Commercial Addition/Alteration

3441 W. Main St. General Growth Properties Lids interior remodel $74,340

Commercial Parking Lot

115 E. Symmes St. Board of County Commissioner’s parking lot improvements $587,250

Commercial Temporary Building/Construction Trailer

105 W. Main St. PWKH, LLC. Benvenuti’s tent for wedding on 5/4/13 $10,000

The following commercial new construction, commercial addition/alteration, commercial foundation only, and commercial temporary building/construction trailer applications were submitted between March 26 and April 3.

Commercial New Construction

2440 W. Main St. Aldi, Inc. Aldi Food Store $1,200,000

2430 W. Main St. Comco, LLC. Goodwill $1,200,000

Commercial Addition/Alteration

1101 12th Ave. N.E. Taco Bell of America, Inc. Taco Bell remodel $75,000

125 N. Porter Ave. North Porter Center, LLC. Waving Wheat Bakery remodel $10,000

2459 W. Main St. Rieger, LLC. future lease spaceemodel $61,000

2401 W. Main St. Suite 104 Rieger, LLC future lease space remodel $59,000

6450 36th Ave. N.W. Harvest Church classroom, worship addition and remodel $2,500,000

Commercial Foundation Only

3517 Wellsite Dr. Caddell Investments, LLC Wellsite Industrial park $200,000

3525 Wellsite Dr. Caddell Investments, LLC. Wellsite Industrial park $250,000

Commercial Temporary Building/Construction Trailer

3447 W. Main St. General Growth Properties, Inc. Sun & Ski Sports temporary tent $730

Commercial Certificate of Occupancies Issued:

2100 36th Ave. N.W. Brookhaven Mansions, LLC. 110 Unit Senior Living Center $4,850,000

250 N. Cockrel Ave. NPS-Jefferson Security Doors and Renovation $190,000

621 Sunrise St. NPS-Kennedy ADA Restroom and Renovation $540,000

Residential Activity — March 26 and April 3.

Seven single-family residential unit permits were issued valued at $931,650 with an average value of $133,093.

Thirty-eight single-family addition/alteration permits were issued valued at $547,249.

One single-family permit was issued to replace a wild fire damaged storage building at 13801 Bridge Creek Dr. with a value of $60,000.

Ten single-family residential unit permits were submitted valued at $1,937,580 with an average value of $193,758.

Five single-family addition/alteration permits were submitted valued at $384,500.

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