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Commercial Building Permits (Feb. 13)

  • Published Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014, 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.

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Auto Recyclers, 1200 E. MacArthur Road, $50,000, addition, MFA & Associates LLC.

Benchmark Homes, 12905 W. Red Rock, $118,916, house.

Build Wichita, 13307 E. Bellechase, $165,197, house.

Certified Builders, 1103 N. Edwards, $125,284, house.

Don Klausmeyer Construction, houses: 2205 S. Limuel, $117,412, 11103 W. Hollywood, $127,171.

Holiday Inn Express, 4860 Laura, $30,000, swimming pool, American Pool.

Justice Bros., 2441 N. Maize Road, $225,000, renovation, De Jager Construction.

Kansas Department of Aging and Disability, 266 N. Main, $200,000, alteration, DBA Construction.

Mennonite Housing, 1407 S. St. Francis, $94,525, house.

Mennonite Housing, 2309 S. Topeka, $93,805, house.

Mullin Construction, houses: 13307 W. Nantucket, $141,866, 13406 W. Hunters View, $165,209.

Office/Warehouse, 1823 S. Eisenhower, $15,000, alteration, Smith Construction.

Robl Construction, houses: 3606 N. Beach Club Circle, $246,356, 3230 N. Chambers, $180,745.

Soho Salon, 2146 N. Collective Lane, $40,000, alteration, Terry Gilman Construction.

State of Kansas (SBIDS), 266 N. Main, $180,000, alteration, SBA Construction.

Suite 300, 7701 E. Kellogg, $15,000, alteration, Commerce Construction Services.

Wichita Clinic Children’s Mercy, 3243 E. Murdock, $100,000, renovation, Icon Structures.

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