Commercial Building Permits (April 3)
04/03/2014 12:00 AM
04/02/2014 3:05 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.
Alliance, 300 W. Douglas, $14,500, renovation, Builders Inc.
Brad Bachman Homes, 2006 W. Driftwood, $245,582, house.
Cranbrook Building, 10111 E. 21st St., $4,080,000, building, Sauerwein Construction.
Fahsholtz Construction, 1946 N. Split Rail Court, $210,929, house.
Household Hazardous Waste, 801 Stillwell, $120,000, alteration, Caro Construction.
Hutton Development, 12007 E. Tamarac Lane, $153,276, house.
MCT Trailer Sales, 9331 W. Kellogg, $33,200, alteration, Pinnacle Builders.
Moeder Construction, houses: 15715 E. Boxthorn, $145,740, 12602 W. Jennie, $145,830, 15719 E. Boxthorn, $145,830.
Mullin Inc., 13218 W. Hunters View, $166,096, house.
North High School, 1437 Rochester, $342,600, alteration, Bauer & Son Construction.
Oxler Dentistry, 900 N. Tyler Road, $115,000, alteration, Hahner Forman and Harness
QuikTrip, 326 S. West St., $135,000, renovation, G-Mac Construction.
Ritchie Building, 1812 N. Wooddale, $207,615, house.
Robl Construction, 1808 N. Split Rail, $177,464, house.
Sharp Construction, 10611 E. Summerfield Circle, $308,713, house.
Wesley KPG at Galichia, 2610 N. Woodlawn, $13,500, renovation, Icon Structures.
Associated Electric LLC, 13411 E. Twin Mill Drive, $390,000, house.
Dream Life Homes, 2621 S. Saratoga Court, $260,000, house.
Ed Gruenbacher, 18880 W. 77th N., $300,000, house.
KKI Design Build, houses: 12440 W. 34th S., $250,000, 3540 S. Rogers Lane, $258,000.
Lee Builders, 5227 Stone Post, $393,000, house.
M&S Trim and Leisure Homes, 15000 W. Morning Dove, $192,000, house.
Stovall Construction, 14915 E. 45th N., $250,000, house.
Trapshooter Complex, 3432 E. 117th N., $133,000, house.
Warren Homes, 3931 S. Cypress, $199,000, house.
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