Commercial Building Permits over $100,000 within Huntsville city limits:
1000 Glenn Hearn Blvd. SW: Alterations to an airport for Huntsville-Madison County Airport Authority (new jet bridges). Contractor: Johnson Contractors. $10.1 Million
7200 Redstone Gateway SW: Finish-out of an office space for Frantz Corporate Services Group/DRS Technologies. Contractor: Rand Construction. $5.66 Million
7200 Redstone Gateway SW, Unit B: Finish-out of an office space for Frantz Corporate Services Group/DRS Technologies. Contractor: Rand Construction. $2.83 Million
1816 Remington Cir. SW: Alterations to an industrial space for Remington Arms. Contractor: Burns & McDonnell Engineering. $1.8 Million
10008 Memorial Pky. SW: Alterations to a retail space for Pet Depot. Contractor: McQuinn & Eastep Construction. $375,000
309 Pelham Ave. SW, Unit B5: Alterations to a retail space for Tom Wang (Nail Salon). Contractor: McQuinn & Eastep Construction. $328,000
2801 Memorial Pky. SW, Unit 264: Alterations to a retail space for CBL Properties/Bath and Body Works. Contractor: Horizon Retail Construction. $303,000
365 The Bridge St. NW, Unit 101: Alterations to a retail space for SAPH Alabama. Contractor: Prairie Contractors. $254,000
388 Wade Rd. SE: Construction of a community building for Flint River LP (Flint River Apartments). Contractor: Hunters Walk Home Center. $230,000
6215 Old Madison Pike NW: Alterations to a building for Buffalo Rock. Contractor: JR Robinson Construction. $207,000
5510 Promenade Point Pky. NW, Unit 110: Finish-out of a retail space for Madison Retail Partners/Picture Perfect. Contractor: Huntsville Design and Construction. $149,000
200 Clinton Ave. NW, 1st and 2nd Floors: Alterations to an office space for Regions. Contractor: Stutts Corporation. $100,000
Residential Permits (new construction) in Huntsville city limits:
In January, 167 housing units were permitted, including 85 single- and 82 multi-family units. The top tract for building permits last month was 109.01 (Hampton Cove), where 84 units were permitted, 12 single- and 72 multi-family. This is a 42.7% increase over January 2014, when 117 housing units (61 single-family and 56 multi-family) were permitted.
Residential Certificates of Occupancy (new construction) in Huntsville city limits:90 housing units were granted certificates of occupancy (CO’s), including 51 single- and 39 multi-family units. The top tract for CO’s in the month of January was 19.02 (Jones Valley) where 24 housing units were added, all multi-family. This is a 15.4% increase over January 2014, when 78 housing units (77 single-family and 1 multi-family) were granted CO’s.