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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Development Review: September 2013

Permits for commercial projects over $100,000 and within Huntsville city limits:
2004 Max Luther Dr. NW. A building for Regency Retirement Village. Contractor: Ridge Park Construction. $9 Million.

1041 Balch Rd. NW. Foundation and shell for a medical office building for Triad Properties. Contractor: Fite Building. $5 Million.

4104 Memorial Parkway NW. A building for the City of Huntsville. This will be the new North Precinct for the Huntsville Police Department. Contractor: Consolidated Construction. $2 Million.

201 Quality Cir. NW, Unit 1. Improvements to an office building for TRG Quality Circle, LLC. Contractor: Timing LLC. $500,000.

2720 Cullom Blvd. SE. A building for C&H Commercial, LLC. Contractor: Casa Designs. $494,000.

5510 Promenade Point Pky. NW Unit 140. Finish-out of a retail space for Stevi B’s Pizza Buffet. Contractor: Equal Enterprises. $370,000.

530 Discovery Dr. NW. Improvements to an office building for Davidson Properties, LLC. Contractor: Universal Construction. $187,600.

Residential Permits (new construction) in Huntsville city limits:
In September, 72 housing units were permitted, including 69 single- and 3 multi-family units. The top census tract for building permits last month was 112 (the Martin-Zierdt area), where 16 units were permitted. This is a 48.9% decrease over September 2012, when 141 housing units (100 single-family and 41 multi-family) were permitted. 

Residential Certificates of Occupancy (new construction) in Huntsville city limits:
69 housing units were granted certificates of occupancy (CO’s), including 66 single- and 3 multi-family units. The top tract for CO’s in the month of September was 112 where 19 housing units were added. This is a 33% decrease over September 2012, when 103 housing units (100 single- and 3 multi-family) were granted CO’s.