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Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Development Review: August 2015

Commercial Building Permits over $100,000 within Huntsville city limits:

11580 Memorial Pky. SW:
Construction of a mini storage facility for Gerry Shannon/TPH Storage Huntsville I LLC. Contractor: Fite Building Company. $3.02 Million

8475 Wann Dr. NW: Construction of a medical office building for The Orthopedic Center. Contractor: Woodward Construction and Design. $1.55 Million

6890 Governors West NW, Unit A: Alterations to a retail space for Dick’s Sporting Goods. Contractor: Ordner Construction. $1.29 Million
2325 Pansy St. SW: Alterations to a medical office space for Fresenious Medical Care (Dialysis Clinic). Contractor: MTLC, LLC. $980,000

3145 Alabama Hwy. 53 NW: Repairs to a building for Pencola Enterprises. Contractor: Summit Structures. $385,000

7696 US 72 West NW, Unit 350: Alterations to a retail space for Damon Carnes/Eye Lash Studio. Contractor: McQuinn and Eastep Construction. $210,000

301 Pelham Ave. SW Unit C3: Finish-out of a retail space for The Pants Store. Contractor: G&B Enterprises. $138,000

7504 US 72 West NW, Suite A5: Alterations to a retail space for Kidebit, LLC (The Local Juice Bar). Contractor: Crews, Inc. $117,000

675 Discovery Dr. NW, Unit 100: Alterations to an office space for Samples Properties. Contractor: Joe Still Building. $110,000

4711 University Dr. NW: Alterations to a retail building for FedEx Office. Contractor: RE Crawford Construction. $101,000

Residential Permits (new construction) in Huntsville city limits:

In August, 234 housing units were permitted, including 96 single- and 138 multi-family units. The top census tract for building permits last month was 212 (Greenbrier), where 74 units were permitted, 2 single- and 72 multi-family. This is a 6.4% increase over August 2014, when 220 housing units (80 single- and 140 multi-family) were permitted.

Residential Certificates of Occupancy (new construction) in Huntsville city limits:

184 housing units were granted certificates of occupancy (CO’s), including 75 single- and 109 multi-family units. The top tract for CO’s in the month of August was 14.01 (Creekwood Park) where 56 housing units were added, 2 single- and 54 multi-family. This is an 85.9% increase over August 2014, when 99 housing units (72 single- and 27 multi-family) were granted CO’s.

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