Commercial building permits (Jan. 24)

01/24/2013 12:00 AM

01/23/2013 10:31 AM

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.

City

AirBus, 213 N. Mead, $8,900, renovation, Key Construction.

Camp Systems, 8201 E. 34th Circle N., $12,500, addition, AMC Construction.

Chapel Hill Fellowship, 1550 N. Chapel Hill, $5,100,000, addition, National Contractors.

Cherrywood Construction, 2033 S. Sierra Hill, $152,570, house.

Don Klausmeyer Construction, houses: 2105 S. Wheatland, $106,999, 12810 W. Grant, $126,960, 12810 W. Grant, $126,960.

East Point Church of Christ, 747 N. 127th E., $310,000, building, S&J Construction.

Goentzel Construction, 3202 W. 17th St., $238,966, house.

Hana Cafe, 321 N. Mead, $1,500, renovation, Key Construction.

Kurt Bachman Building, 3310 W. Bayview, $215,216, house.

Larry Shackelford Construction, 2236 N. Loch Lomond Court, $202,799, house.

Moeder Construction, houses: 8521 W. Candlewood Court, 14606 McCormick Circle, each valued at $137,836, 8525 W. Candlewood Court, $128,912.

Mullin Construction, 13313 W. Hunters View, $145,800, house.

Nies Construction, 113 S. Country View, $195,296, house.

Planet Fitness, 2350 N. Maize Road, $4,000, alteration, Enterprise Construction.

Robl Construction, 12749 E. 27th Court N., $141,013, house.

Sedgwick County Courthouse, 525 N. Main, $15,000, alteration, Encore Construction.

Warren Homes, 12745 E. 27th Court N., $155,527, house.

Wasabi Restaurant, 2404 N. Maize Road, $43,000, alteration, Innovative Construction Service.

Willows Apartments, 2510 E. Pawnee, $5,600, repair, Briggs Basement and Foundation.

Woodframe Construction, 413 S. Fawnwood, $159,914, house.

Zimbelman Construction, 319 S. Erie, $101,829, house.

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