Commercial building permits (July 25)
07/25/2013 12:00 AM
07/24/2013 1:55 PM
The following applications for commercial building permits have been filed by contractors on the seventh floor of City Hall, 455 N. Main, and The Sedgwick County Yard, Seneca and Stillwell.
Clint Miller Construction, 10513 E. Fawn Grove, $113,191, house.
Craig Pate Construction, houses: 1303 S. City View Circle, $185,182, 111 N. City Vicw, $174,841.
Daniel M. Carney Rehabilitation Engineering Center, 5111 E. 21st St., $1, alteration, Conco Inc.
Don Klausmeyer Construction, 1801 N. Kentucky Lane, $136,178, house.
Hershberger Construction, 4722 W. Kellogg, $242,000, addition, Regier Construction.
Koch Industries, 4111 E. 37th N., $350,000, renovation, Martin Eby Construction.
Kurt Bachman Building, 5020 N. Sand Key, $191,371, house.
Marketplace, 2001 E. 21st St., $100,000, $150,000, renovations, Etezazi Industries.
Mullin Inc., houses: 13315 W. Nantucket, $147,451, 13106 W. Nantucket, $171,666.
Nies Construction, 12305 E. Troon, $233,404, house.
Paradise Donuts and Coffeehouse, 10607 Maple, $150,000, alteration, Craig Pate Construction.
Reddi Industries, 3901 N. Broadway, $25,000, renovation, Williams General Contracting.
Relph Construction, 2225 S. Michelle Circle, $101,404, house.
Robl Construction, houses: 1816 N. Wooddale, $212,361, 12729 E. 27th Court N., $154,920.
Shamrock Tires, 3001 S. Broadway, $56,000, building, Triple B Construction.
Sharp Construction, 2403 N. Bayside, $278,274, house.
Speedy Cash, 2201 Amidon, $50,000, renovation, WHR Construction.
Warren Brothers Quality Homes, 449 Clara, $100,668, house.
Wichita Habitat for Humanity, houses: 328 W. 27th Court N., 332 W. 27th Court N., each valued at $101,212.
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