Commercial building permits (June 13)

06/13/2013 12:00 AM

06/12/2013 4:50 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.

City

All Angles Body Shop, 546 S. West St., $60,000, alteration, Commerce Services.

Chapman Custom Homes LLC, houses: 9737 W. Westlakes Court, $204,399, house.

Clint Miller Construction, 2714 S. Westgate, $124,926, house.

College Hill Cleaners, 2132 N. Rock Road, $40,000, alteration, Key Construction.

Comfort Homes, houses: 11010 W. Hollywood Court, $121,324, 10844 W. 35th S., $133,357.

Don Klausmeyer Construction, houses: 14029 W. Westport, $148,381, 2201 S. Limuel, $149,610, 2367 S. Wheatland, $137,281.

Flowers Bakery, 2118 W. Harry, $106,000, addition, Conco Inc.

Honey Tree Early Childhood Development Center, 12725 W. 21st St., $500,000, building, Trademark Inc.

Leewood Homes, 1559 N. Terhune, $226,743, house.

Moeder Construction, houses: 8561 W. Candlewood Court, $143,901, 14550 W. Valley Hi Court, $143,991.

Nies Construction, houses: 11727 E. Summerfield Court, 11719 E. Summerfield Court, 11713 E. Summerfield Court, each valued at $272,389, 202 N. City View Circle, $211,437, 14102 E. Rockhill Court, $188,076.

QuikTrip, 1620 S. Webb Road, $520,000, building, $39,522, canopy, Dondlinger and Sons Construction.

Ritchie Building, 15907 E. Boxthorn, $185,374, house.

St. Francis Community Services, 4155 E. Harry, $825,000, remodel, Martin Construction.

Trademark Inc., 1043 N. Illinois, $166,413, house.

Traffic Control Services, 405 Cleveland, $135,000, addition, Triple B Construction.

Vietnamese Activity Center, 300 Ohio, $150,000, addition, Sutherland Builders.

Wichita Sheet Metal NuRoof, 1601 S. Sheridan, $60,000, renovation, Williams Construction.

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