Commercial building permits (April 11)
04/11/2013 12:00 AM
04/09/2013 11:45 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.
Abercrombie Energy, 10209 W. Central, $40,000, renovation, K&M Building.
Bank of America, 100 N. Broadway, $75,000, renovation, Commerce Construction.
Comfort Homes, houses: 14512 W. price, $178,321, 1432 N. Blackstone Court, $176,603.
Construction Solutions, houses: 1306 Sedgwick, 1302 Sedgwick, each valued at $126,397.
Crown Castle, 2525 S. Oliver, $25,000, addition, Overland Contracting.
Don Klausmeyer Construction, houses: 2118 S. Wheatland, $107,972, 11110 W. Hollywood, $117,551.
Edward Jones Branch, 4425 Zoo Blvd., $7,000, alteration, Affordable Construction Services.
Falcon Pointe Apartments, 4244 S. Hydraulic, $10,000, repair, Lane Quality Construction.
Freebirds World Burrito, 410 N. Hillside, $400,000, alteration, Crossland Construction.
Gray Construction, 4537 S. Doris Court, $156,398, house.
Hobby Lobby, 2425 N. Greenwich Road, $1, alteration, Key Construction.
Kansas Masonic Home, 401 S. Seneca, $5,345,000, renovation, Hutton Construction.
Kwik Shop, 3750 N. Maize Road, $1,300,000, building, Key Construction.
Matt Peters Construction, 2336 N. Rosemont Court, $436,554, house.
MFCI Roof, 701 E. Murdock, $150,000, renovation, Conco Inc.
Moeder Construction, 15718 E. Majestic, $157,236, house.
Nies Construction, 1218 S. City View, $225,822, house.
One Hour Jewelry Repair, 831 S. Oliver, $21,000, renovation, Meridian Construction.
Petsmart, 11739 E. Kellogg, $1,300,000, building, Crossland Construction.
Robl Construction, 5014 N. Peregrine, $136,573, house.
The Hill, 4800 E. Douglas, $188,000, renovation, Ink Construction.
The Table Guys, 730 W. Douglas, $56,000, remodel, Stephen and Sons Construction.
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