Commercial Building Permits (May 22)

05/22/2014 12:00 AM

05/20/2014 10:29 AM

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.


Botanica Chinese Garden, 701 Amidon, $50,000 remodel, additions: $125,000, $15,000, $40,000, $20,000, Simpson Construction Services.

Center for Wellness & Health, 2707 E. 21st St., $62,000, renovation, Accel Construction.

Daryl Lee Catron, houses: 2409 S. Fieldcrest Circle, $145,044, 2413 S. Fieldcrest Circle, $144,420.

Finn’s Building-Hue Studio, 430 S. Commerce, $48,000, renovation, Farha Construction.

GraceMed Clinic, 1441 E. 37th N., $15,000, move-in, Snodgrass & Sons Construction.

Heights High School, 5301 N. Hillside, $12,000, shed, Bauer & Son Construction.

Human Rights, 300 W. Douglas, 436,800, renovation, Builders Inc.

Javen Brown Construction, duplexes: 441 N. Young, 437 N. Young, 506 N. Edwards, each valued at $157,224.

K-42 West Buiness Park, 2333 S. West Court, $50,000, renovation, Icon Structures.

New Market Square, 2755 N. Maize Road, $780,000, building, Key Construction.

Northwest High School, 1220 N. Tyler Road, $12,000, shed, Bauer & Son Construction.

Office and Apartment Building, 141 N. Rock Island, $1,299,553, alteration, Key Construction.

Robl Construction, 2005 N. Split Rail, $182,659, house.

Sam’s Club Hearing Center, 6200 W. Kellogg, $34,495, renovation, S&A Construction.

Sharp Construction, 3027 Den Hollow Court, $372,803, house.

Sharp Construction, 4210 W. Shoreline, $233,118, house.

Socora Homes, 3027 N. Covington, $171,035, house.

Tutoring Center, 11310 E. 21st St., $56,000, alteration, Icon Structures.

Wichita Habitat for Humanity, 1921 Jeanette, $90,000, house.

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