Commercial building permits (May 9)
05/09/2013 12:00 AM
05/08/2013 3:44 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.
Adams Elementary School, 1002 N. Oliver, $472,000, addition, Walz Harman Huffman Construction.
Bob Cook Homes, 527 S. Fawnwood Court, $183,729, house.
Build Wichita, houses: 1823 S. Lynnrae, $123,235, 13303 E. Bellechase Court, $165,564.
Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints, 7011 E. 13th St., $1,000, renovation, Robl Construction.
Clint Miller Construction, houses: 15513 E. Willowbrook Circle, $279,278, 2710 S. Westgate, $123,578, 2706 S. Westgate, $120,745.
Comfort Homes, houses: 14105 W. Westport, $813,148, 1822 N. Kentucky Court, $117,857, 14202 W. Westport, $107,784.
Fahsholtz Construction, 1531 N. Ridgehurst, $254,895, house.
Firebirds-Wichita Waterfront, 10096 E. 13th St., $650,000, renovation, Armstrong Construction.
Justin McClure, 121 N. Mead, $67,600, renovation, Key Construction.
Nies Construction, houses: 2529 N. Bayside, $257,724, 1925 N. Split Rail, $202,960.
Relph Construction, houses: 2224 S. Tara Falls, $132,757, 2241 S. Michelle Circle, $125,578.
Ritchie Building, 1928 N. Split Rail Court, $188,784, house.
Robl Construction, 3805 N. Rutgers, $135,379, house.
Shine Salon, 1723 E. Douglas, $18,200, renovation, Roth Construction.
Social Security Administration, 3216 N. Cypress, $85,000, alteration, Icon Structures.
Speer Family Mortuary Services, 231 New York, $151,000, building, Larry Cook Construction.
Via Christi, 8300 E. Thorn Drive, $82,000, renovation, Roth Construction.
Vintage Bank ATM, 10500 E. Berkeley Square Parkway, $24,000, addition, Innovative Construction Services.
Vision Home Investments, 8702 E. Skragg, $180,884, house.
Warren Homes, 2022 S. Webb Road, $1234,742, house.
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