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January 27, 2013

building permits

NORMAN — The following commercial new construction, commercial addition/alteration, and commercial foundation only permits were issued between Jan.9-16.

Commercial New Construction

3106 Broce Dr. Community Christian School CCS education building $5,500,000

Commercial Addition/Alteration

3401 W. Main St. General Growth Properties, Inc. Gap retail store renovation $250,000

1129 Elm Ave. Stace, LLC. Shawarma Express restaurant $60,000

Commercial Foundation Only

3571 W. Rock Creek Rd. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market $329,432

The following commercial new construction and commercial addition/alteration applications were submitted between Jan.9-16.

Commercial New Construction

503 S. University Blvd. McFarlin Memorial McFarlin United Methodist gazebo $24,000

Commercial Addition/Alteration

551 Interstate Dr. Donohue Investments LLC. Automax Hyundai addition & remodel $2,000,000

2232 Tecumseh Dr. Tecumseh Road landlord Business Park improvements $183,000

1127 Elm Ave. Stace, LLC. Jiong Jiong Milk/Tea $20,000

1117 108th Ave. S.E. James B. Roane Trust Corp American Tower generator $8.500

Commercial Certificate of

Occupancies Issued:

5005 York Dr. Johnson Controls Storage Building $29,290

Residential Activity — Jan.9-16.

Eightsingle-family residential unit permits were issued valued at $2,077,700 with an average value of $259,713.

Twenty single-family addition/alteration permits were issued valued at $334,798.

Threedemo permits were issued for demolition of houses at 1249 Iowa St, 3319 48th Ave. N.W, and 3219 W. Rock Creek Rd.

Nine single-family residential unit applications were submitted valued at $1,655,579 with average value of $183,953.

One single-family addition/alteration permit was submitted valued at $3,000.

Two demo permits were submitted for demolition of houses at 1016 W. Lindsey St and 709 Jenkins Ave.

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