Commercial building permits (Jan. 3)

01/03/2013 12:00 AM

01/02/2013 2:37 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.


Bethany College Art Studio, 4031 E. Harry, $17,600, renovation, Martin Construction.

Case Equipment, 3301 S. Hoover Road, $2300,000, move-in, Turnkey Inc.

Catron Construction, 6402 N. Richmond, $209,989, house.

Comfort Homes, 11054 W. Hollywood Court, $120,117, house.

Fahsholtz Construction, 1905 N. Woodale, $219,469, house.

Goodwill Industries, 3351 N. Webb Road, $75,000, alteration, Dondlinger and Sons Construction.

Guerilla Builders, 7348 W. 21st St., $5,000, renovation.

Limitless Construction, 1527 E. 15th St., $12,000, renovation.

Mill Creek, 2000 E. 37th N., $40,000, alteration, Belmont Construction.

Pacific Coast Pizza, 222 S. Commerce, $120,000, renovation, Ink Construction.

Relph Construction, houses: 4513 S. St. Paul, 4505 S. St. Paul Court, each valued at $134,446.

Ritchie Building, 1823 N. Burning Tree Circle, $275,412, house.

Tex Consolver Municipal Golf Course, 1931 S. Tyler Road, $80,000, renovation, Bauer and Son Construction.

Via Christi Medical Center-St. Francis Campus, 929 N. St. Francis, $145,000, renovation, Law Co.

Via Christi Medical Center-St. Francis Campus, 929 N. St. Francis, $73,095, renovation.

Vision Home Investments, 8529 W. Candlewood Court, $145,238, house.

Walker’s Restaurant and Bar, 220 S. Commerce, $80,000, renovation, Ink Construction.

Warren Homes, 2767 N. Woodridge Court, $136,076, house.


Spirit Aerosystems, 3801 S. Oliver, $572,685, $110,023, alterations, Eby Construction.

Williams Land, 20401 W. 109th N., $8,000, building, Carmichael Construction.

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