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December 16, 2012

city of norman building permits

NORMAN — The following commercial new construction and commercial addition/alteration permits were issued between Nov. 28. - Dec. 5.

Commercial New Construction

3024 Classen Blvd. Circle K Circle K $625,000

Commercial Addition/Alteration

402 W. Main St. James Adair insurance office $20,000

1236 Alameda St. James & Joan Costell landlord $15,000

Suite 100 improvements

The following commercial 3+ family addition/alteration and commercial parking lot applications were submitted between Nov. 28. - Dec. 5.

Commercial 3+ Family Addition/Alteration

2400 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $22,770

2402 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $95,400

2404 W. Brooks St.Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $54,270

2406 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $42,210

2410 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $95,400

2414 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $95,400

2416 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $54,270

2418 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $54,270

2500 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $22,770

2502 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $95,400

2504 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair$54,270

2506 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $54,270

2510 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $95,400

2514 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $95,400

2516 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $54,270

2518 W. Brooks St. Living Investments Building, LLC structural roof repair $42,210

A total of 160 units of the Brooks Apartment Complex will have roof repair due to the April 13, 2012 tornado.

Commercial Parking Lot

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

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

Commercial Certificate of Occupancies Issued:

31300 12th Ave. Suite 212 S.E. East Village at 12th Ave, LLC. VIP Nails & Spa, LLC. $45,000

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

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