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December 30, 2012

building permits

NORMAN — The following commercial new construction, commercial addition/alteration, commercial new shell interior finish, commercial 3+ family new, and commercial 3+ family addition/alteration permits were issued between Dec. 12-19.

· Commercial New Construction

2030 24th Ave. N.W. Sooner Investment Group Homegoods $1,875,000

2020 24th Ave. N.W. Sooner Investment Group DSW Shoe Warehouse $1,092,000

2040 24th Ave. N.W. Sooner Investment Group Michaels Arts & Crafts $1,646,000

1601 E. Imhoff Rd CDC-Norman, LLC. The Cottages @ Norman garage $15,000

· Commercial Addition/Alteration

3700 W. Robinson St. Suite 148 Brookhaven Village Plaza, LLC White House Black Market $192,000

300 Norman Center Ct. Pioneer Library System Pioneer Library & Office remodel$2,461,700

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

1601 E. Imhoff Rd.CDC-Norman, LLC. The Cottages @ Norman clubhouse remodel $15,000

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

·Commercial New Shell Interior Finish

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

·Commercial 3+ Family New

930 Elm Ave. 930 Properties, LLC. 930 Flats 6 unit apartment building $540,000

·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

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