Commercial Building Permits (May 8)
05/08/2014 12:00 AM
05/06/2014 5:22 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.
Adult Fitness Center, 5228 W. Central, $500, alteration, Nancy Loescher.
Building T-1 SW Management Offices, 4111 E. 37th N., $60,000, alteration, Martin Eby Construction.
Castle Metals, 3050 S. Hydraulic, $2,533,263, addition, Crossland Construction.
Clear Channel, 9323 E. 37th N., $60,000, renovation, Martin Eby Construction.
Comotara Villages, 2424 N. Woodlawn, $42,500, repair, Firstcon Inc.
Dandurand Pharmacy, 2233 N. Ridge Road, $250,000, alteration, Dondlinger and Sons Construction.
Don Klausmeyer Construction, 14205 W. Willoughby Circle, $130,606, house.
Freedom Advisory, 1011 E. 21st St., $66,000, alteration, Sauerwein Construction.
Kaw Valley Engineering, 200 N. Emporia, $28,000, renovation, SBA Construction.
Kurt Bachman Building, 3315 W. Crystal Beach, $235,588, house.
Members Cart Barn, 8001 E. Mulberry, $115,000, building, Walter A. Young Construction.
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 1002 Ohio, $617,000, building.
Nies Construction, houses: 1913 N. Burning Tree, $289,668, 13802 E. Rockhill, $339,598.
Open Roads Brand Offices, 1425 E. Douiglas, $50,000, alteration, Ink Construction.
Pie Five Pizza, 334 S. Ridge Road, $576,000, building, On-Site 360 Construction Services.
QuikTrip, 5611 S. Broadway, $135,000, alteration, The Riverside Group.
Ritchie Building,2109 N. Crooked Pine, $480,762, house.
Taco Tico, 5120 E. 21st St., $0, demolition, SBA Construction.
TECU Credit Union, 270 N. Broadway, $65,000, addition, La Macchia Group LLC.
Trademark Inc., houses: 1977 N. Bellick Court, 1965 N. Bellick Court, each valued at $114,764.
Vision Homes Investments, 8557 W. Candlewood Court, $156,502, house.
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