The Norman Transcript

Local news

October 7, 2012

building permits

NORMAN — The following commercial addition/alteration and commercial new shell interior finish permits were issued between Sept. 19-26.

Commercial Addition/Alteration

1242 Interstate Dr. Decker Center, LLC. Modern Nails $40,000

810 26th Ave. N.W. Reynolds Auto Group Reynolds Collision Center Spray Booth $115,000

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

Commercial New Shell Interior Finish

1016 24th Ave. Suite 120 N.W. Garver, LLC. Garver, LLC. $102,456

The following commercial new construction, commercial addition/alteration, and commercial new shell building applications were submitted between Sept. 19-26.

Commercial New Construction

275 12th Ave. S.E. Bldg. B Azca Investments, Inc. Pro Storage $110,000

2224 W. Main St. Normandy Creek, LLC. First Fidelity Bank ATM $9,450

Commercial Addition/Alteration

630 E. Lindsey St. City of Norman T-Mobile Antenna relocate $35,000

305 E. Main St. John & Sherri Lungren Pink Elephant Cafe exterior deck $5,000

3770 W. Robinson St. Suite 112 Brookhaven Village Plaza, LLC. Glow Yoga $40,000

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

Commercial New Shell Building

2000 168th Ave. N.E. Little Axe Public Schools Administrative Offices $150,000

Commercial Certificate of Occupancies Issued:

242 24th Ave. N.W. OEC Office Remodel $1,500,000

2900 Mount Williams Dr. Sooner Investment Group Discount Tire Co. $750,000

229 E. Main St. Dunman Properties, LLC.Das Boot Camp restaurant remodel $300,000

Residential Activity — Sept. 19-26.

Twenty-One single-family residential unit permits were issued valued at $3,450,600 with an average value of $164,314.

Sixteen single-family addition/alteration permits were issued valued at $346,886.

Two single-family permits were issued to replace wild fire damaged manufactured homes at 3801 132nd Ave SE and 14351 Bridge Creek Dr valued at $84,800 and $20,000 respectively.

One storage building permit was issued to replace wild fire damaged storage building at 12851 Cedar Ln.

Two single-family residential unit applications were submitted valued at $343,990 with an average value of $171,995.

Four single-family addition/alteration applications were submitted valued at $71,300.

For local news and more, subscribe to The Norman Transcript Smart Edition, or our print edition.

1
Text Only | Photo Reprints
Local news
  • N7 Sooners come together to serve Native American youth

    Whitney Wofford has faced some tough competition as a part of the Oklahoma tennis team. However, on Wednesday, Wofford may have taken on her biggest and most rewarding competition yet at the Sooners For N7 event at the Oklahoma football ...

    April 10, 2014 3 Photos

  • Earth Day activities continue this week

    Oklahoma is no stranger to extreme weather, but many say those extremes are even greater than before. Norman resident and biologist Kathy Rand is convinced those climate irregularities are a result of climate change caused by pollution, ...

    April 24, 2014

  • Moore schools receive $500K

    As Mickey Davis addressed the auditorium, the picture of a bright-eyed, happy 8-year-old on the podium in front of her could not be ignored. Davis’ son, Kyle Davis, was one of seven who lost their lives in the May 2013 tornadoes at Plaza ...

    April 24, 2014

  • Man arraigned after wife’s death

    A judge on Wednesday denied bond for a 37-year-old Norman man formally charged with stabbing his wife to death with a kitchen knife early Saturday morning in their southeast Norman apartment. Abid Sandhu, 37, was arraigned before Special ...

    April 24, 2014

  • Tornado Repair Oklahoma officials account for $9.4M in disaster spending

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Nearly a year after deadly tornadoes hit central Oklahoma, officials announced that they have spent close to $9.4 million in private donations on relief efforts....

    April 24, 2014 1 Photo

  • School to present ‘Hamlet’

    To be or not to be? That is the question Norman North High School students are answering during their production of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” this week....

    April 24, 2014

  • Historic house celebrates centennial

    When Fredrick Holmberg arrived in Norman more than 100 years ago, he tucked his violin beneath his arm and headed for the University of Oklahoma campus.  A century later, another violinist, Cindy Zhang, will perform at the home Holmberg ...

    April 24, 2014

  • Dorman wants bipartisan appeal

    Rep. Joe Dorman said he’s proud to be a Democrat running for governor, but he hopes to garner bipartisan support. In a visit Wednesday to the Transcript, Dorman said, if elected, he wants to work across party lines like former Gove. Henry ...

    April 24, 2014

  • ‘Frozen’ to air Friday

    Movies on Main in Blanchard will host a showing of “Frozen” at 8 p.m. Friday. The evening will include hot dogs, chips, drinks, popcorn and free movie merchandise....

    April 24, 2014

  • Safety Town registration begins Saturday

    Saturday marks the beginning of registration for Safety Town classes at Sooner Mall. Safety Town, a 37-year Norman tradition, teaches children, ages 5 and 6, the importance of bicycle, fire and personal safety. Classes are 50 minutes long ...

    April 24, 2014