Building permits 10/07/2012

Listed are permits issued recently for all commercial and industrial work, all new single-family and multifamily residences and all residential remodeling over $50,000. Permits are listed by applicant, location and description of work and the estimated cost.

CHAMPAIGN

Klitzing Welsch Associates, new branch for Midland States Bank at 1617 W. Springfield Ave., $1.3 million.

KJ Building Services, new multifamily residence at The Legends, 3134 Palmer Drive, $503,320.

MSA Professional Services, new multifamily residence at 2725-2731 Madelynn Drive, $500,000.

Illini Homes, new single-family home at 4817 Sandcherry Drive, $294,000.

RDI, alteration for pharmacy and convenience store at 14 E. Washington St., $202,143.

Technical Group Inc., alteration for Denny's restaurant at 702 Town Center Blvd., $106,900.

Jimmy John's Enterprises, alteration for Jimmy John's restaurant at 1801 W. Springfield Ave., $105,000.

Palace Pools, new in-ground pool at 2002 W. Bradley Ave., $70,000.

Ahmed Saleh, alteration for hookah cafe at 48 E. Springfield Ave., $38,000.

Andrew Fell Architecture & Design, alteration to office at 2919 Crossing Court, #13, $26,000.

Bankier Family, repair/replacement work to balconies of multifamily residence at 1107 S. Second St., $15,000.

Scott Garth, new footing and foundation for two buildings at 619 N. Country Fair Drive, no estimated cost listed.

URBANA

The Aspen Group, addition/renovation to The Vineyard Church, 1500 N. Lincoln Ave., $1.8 million.

Hallbeck Homes, new single-family home at 102 W. Meadow Drive, $775,000.

Petry-Kuhne Co., remodeling of hospital building for Carle at 606 W. Park St., $103,610.

SAVOY

Kevin Brumback, remodeling for new drapery store at 1804 Woodfield Drive, $278,000.

Commercial Builders, remodeling of First Baptist Church of Champaign at Savoy, 1602 N. Prospect Ave., $55,000.

RANTOUL

No new permits.

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