Building permits April 21, 2013

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, description and cost.

CHAMPAIGN

Ralph Mendez, new multifamily residence at 1302 Mariner Way, $560,000.

Ralph Mendez, new multifamily residence at 3701 Harbor Estates, $560,000.

Ralph Mendez, new multifamily residence at 1202 Myrtle Beach, $560,000.

Andrew Fell Architecture & Design, alteration for hair salon at 2918-D Crossing Court, $267,000.

Gaylord H. Swisher, alteration to Wireless Mike's at 2116 S. Neil St., $59,000.

SMU International, alteration for Sprint antenna upgrade at 3602 W. Bradley Ave., $20,000.

SMU International, alteration for Sprint antenna upgrade at 1303 N. McKinley Ave., $20,000.

Bash & Schrock, repair/replacement work at Kappa Sigma fraternity at 212 E. Daniel St., $9,000.

MI Construction, repair/replacement work to multifamily residence at 306 W. Columbia Ave., $1,200.

MAHOMET

Signature Homes, new single-family home at 2106 Slade Lane, $330,000.

Signature Homes, new single-family home at 1406 N. Woodberry Lane, $320,000.

RANTOUL

No new permits.

SAVOY

Ironwood Builders, new single-family home at 1306 Fieldstone Drive, $190,000.

DeEtta Place, new single-family home at 303 Trefoil St., $175,000.

T. Davis Electric, commercial electrical work for Christie Management at 501 N. Dunlap Ave., $98,568.

Smoky's House Barbecue, commercial remodeling at 1333 Savoy Plaza Lane, $10,000.

URBANA

Habitat for Humanity, new single-family residence at 1409 W. Beech St., $80,000.

First Co., remodeling of Eastland Suites hotel at 1907 N. Cunningham Ave., $38,500.

National Construction Services, remodeling of storage facility at 224 N. Broadway Ave., $4,272.

Bankier Apartments, remodeling of multifamily residence at 106 S. Coler Ave., $2,980.

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