Building permits Dec. 16, 2012

Building permits Dec. 16, 2012

Listed are recent permits 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 estimated cost.


David Spence, new building for Church of the Living God at 312 E. Bradley Ave., $3,198,996.

Sunbuilt Homes, new single-family home at 2700 Southfield Court, $492,449.

B.J. Armstrong Inc., new single-family home at 4904 Westborough Drive, $308,000.

JSM Development Services, alteration to multifamily residence at 512 E. Stoughton St., $37,900.

JSM Development Services, alteration to commercial space at 505 E. Green St., #3, $26,200.

Andrew Fell Architecture & Design, alteration to storage/office at 2702 Hundman Drive, Building A, #5, $21,100.

Scott Garth, new self-storage building at 619 N. Country Fair Drive, Building H, $21,000.

Hillshire Construction, footing and foundation for new duplex at 305 S. Fifth St., no estimated cost listed.


Cramer Homes, new single-family home at 306 S. Fox Run Drive, $300,000.

MOBB, new single-family home at 1701 North Brook Court, $200,000.


G&H Developers, new commercial building for Dollar Tree at 212 Twin Lakes Drive, $555,000.

G&H Developers, new commercial building for O'Reilly Auto Parts at 200 Twin Lakes Drive, $348,000.


Signature Homebuilders, new single-family home at 303 Banbury Lane, $200,000.

Marble's Catering Service, commercial remodeling for business at 104 Tomaras Ave., $200,000.

Mick Harshbarger, demolition of building at Mobil Super Pantry, 407-A N. Dunlap Ave., $100,000.


Harold O'Shea Builders, addition to mercantile building at 1900 N. Lincoln Ave., $500,000.

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