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September 22, 2013

building permits

NORMAN — The following commercial addition/alteration, commercial foundation only, and commercial 3+ family repair permits were issued between Sept. 4 and 11.

Commercial Addition/Alteration

2214 24th Ave. N.W. Sooner Investment Group landlord space improvement $60,000

1301 Da Vinci St. City of Norman Fleet Maintenance interior office remodel $6,500

702 N. Porter Ave. Ephram Romero Tarahumara’s storage and freezer addition $20,000

Commercial Foundation Only

480 24th Ave. N.W. SKM LLC Madison Square Phase 2 $158,261

Commercial 3+ Family Repair

1100 Oak Tree Ave. Building N Forest Pointe-UCAL LLC Forest Point fire repair Unit 7 $21,866

1100 Oak Tree Ave. Building N Forest Pointe-UCAL LLC Forest Point fire repair Unit 8 $13,265

The following commercial new construction, commercial addition/alteration, and commercial 3+ family repair applications were submitted between Sept. 4 and 11.

Commercial New Construction

315 White St. CAMC LLC 3-story restaurant and office building $1,000,000

Commercial Addition/Alteration

2550 Mount Williams Drive Sooner Investments Group Bank of Oklahoma interior remodel $135,000

2100 24th Ave. S.E. Camden Self Storage LLC interior office remodel $20,000

Commercial 3+ Family Repair

200 Vicksburg Ave. Vicksburg Village LTD repair fire damage Unit L3 $6,000

One (1) demo application was submitted for partial demolition of the City of Norman Animal

Control building located at 3428 Jenkins Ave.

Commercial Certificate of Occupancies Issued:

300 Hal Muldrow Drive Bld. No. 5 Destination Properties Sunrise Ridge Apartments renovation $80,000

300 Hal Muldrow Drive Bld. No. 6 Destination Properties Sunrise Ridge Apartments renovation $80,000

3737 W. Main St. Park on Main LLC Henry Hudson’s Pub exterior seating area $29,400

Residential Activity – September 4 and 11.

Sixteen single-family residential permits were issued valued at $3,658,050 with an average value of $228,628.

Forty-Six single-family addition/alteration permits were issued valued at $486,571. Thirty-Five of the 46 permits were storm shelters.

Eight single-family residential applications were submitted valued at $1,752,570 with an average value of $219,071.

Five single-family addition/alteration applications were submitted valued at $138,305.

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