Commercial building permits (Dec. 20)
12/20/2012 12:00 AM
12/19/2012 2:26 PM
The following applications for commercial building permits have been filed by contractors on the seventh floor of City Hall, 455 N. Main, and at the Sedgwick County Yard, Seneca and Stillwell.
AT&T, 154 N. Broadway, $51,000, building, Nabholz Construction.
Blue Custom Homes, 14410 W. Valley Hi Road, $179,860, house.
Bob Cook Homes, 3336 N. Flat Creek Court, $210,174, house.
Buckert Contracting, 2013 S. Ironstone, $210,319, house.
Eastside Cathedral of Praise Church of God in Christ, 5955 E. 29th N., $575,000, building, Philip McCartney.
Evans Home Improvement, 2115 Walker, $127,628, house.
Fahsholtz Construction, 14114 E. Rockhill Court, $191,560, house.
Ferroloy Foundry, 515 E. 29th N., $215,335, addition, Smith Construction.
Great Harvest Bread, 6509 E. Central, $15,000, renovation, Stanhope Builders.
Habitat for Humanity, 601 N. West St., $20,000, remodel, Zimbelman Construction.
Hilton Garden Hotel, 2041 N. Bradley Fair Parkway, $2,445, renovation, NCRI.
Lexus of Wichita, 1555 N. Greenwich Road, $4,800,000, building, Conco Inc.
Midwest KIA, 8725 W. Kellogg, $4,156,000, building, Hutton Construction.
Moeder Construction, 12828 E. Churchill, $184,941, house.
Ninza Sushi, 8428 W. 13th St., $90,000, house, Kiser Enterprises.
Pizza Hut, 2452 S. Seneca, $100,000, renovation, Confederated Builders.
Recovery Unlimited, 3312 W. Douglas, $2,000, renovation, Warren Homes
Sutherland Builders, 440 E. Galena, $160,529, move-in.
Usuluteco Restaurant, 1714 E. Northern, $1,000, alteration, German & Martha Granados.
Zoo Boulevard Apartments, 3321 W. Zoo Blvd., $2,800, repair, Rutherford and Sons.
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