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Commercial Building Permits (Dec. 12)

  • Published Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013, at 12 a.m.

The following applications for commercial building permits have been filed by contractors on the seventh floor of City Hall, 455 N. Main, and The Sedgwick County Yard, Seneca and Stillwell.

City

Blockbuster, 5838 E. Central, $1,500, alteration, Wilkinson Construction.

Chapman Custom Homes, houses: 6202 Driftwood, $183,717, 207 N. City View Circle, $170,0780.

Freebirds, 2350 N. Greenwich Road, $2,000, $300,000, alterations, Crossland Construction.

Koch Industries, 4111 E. 37th N., $45,000, $48,900, $15,000, alterations, Martin Eby Construction.

Stuart Craig Homes, 4306 W. Shoreline, $209,346, house.

Via Christi, 1515 S. Clifton, $115,000, renovation, Commerce Construction Services.

Virgin of Guadalupe Festivities, 2402 Park Place, $1, tent.

County

Cessna Aircraft, 6400 W. 31st S., $300,000, renovation.

Clifton Construction, 14901 E. 75th S., $300,000, house.

Fire Station, 6400 S. Rock Road, $100, demolition, Cornejo and Sons.

IW 45 Well House, buildings: 6705 S. Hoover Road, 5109 W. 63rd S., each valued at $19,678, Conco Inc.

Quality Builders, 8917 S. Seneca, $270,000, house.

Sharp Construction, 6121 S. 127th E., $380,000, house.

Spirit AeroSystems, 3801 S. Oliver, $715,589, addition, Martin Eby Construction.

Spirit Oven Room, 3801 S. Oliver, $804,661, alteration, Martin Eby Construction.

Tidemark Building, 6569 N. Meridian, buildings: $30,000, $60,000, Southards Welding and Manufacturing.

Vision Homes Investments, 5311 N. 222nd W., $275,000, house.

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