7-10 Building permits | News


The following building permit activity was reported by the Development Services Division of the City of Norman for June 23-29.

CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY OR COMPLETION ISSUED:

New Construction:

4520 E. Franklin Rd. — Fayak, Jordan, Franklin Warehouse Medical Marijuana Buildings, $357,000 (Combined), Ward 5

2220 36th Ave. NW, Suite 100 and 110 — Mirage Homes LLC, Office Building, $500,000, Ward 3

Addition/Alteration:

3010 Classen Blvd. — Mark S Group, Corporation Buffalo Wild Wings Renovation, $500,000, Ward 7

927 N. Flood Ave., Suite 103 — JS Properties of Norman, The Child’s Room LLC Childcare Remodel, $2,000, Ward 4

1017 N. Flood Ave. — Brentwood Pointe Partners, Push Xotics Medical Marijuana Remodel, $30,000, Ward 4

Multi-Family Fire Repair:

3001 Oak Tree Ave., Apartment 7 — Norman JV TIC LLC, Oak Tree Apartments, $50,000, Ward 7

COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY — PERMITS ISSUED:

New Construction:

5005 York Dr. — Johnson Controls Inc., New Solar Panels/Carports, $1,112,107, Ward 8

Addition/Alteration:

3099 E. Imhoff Rd. — L A F M C Rentals LLC, AT&T Replace/Upgrade Antennas, $15,000, Ward 5

Temporary Building/Construction Trailer:

3301 24th Ave. NW — NFL Learning Norman OK, Construction Trailer, $10,000, Ward 8

Demolition:

591 Interstate Dr. — Lynn, Sakena, Front 2/3 of Building for Future Addition, Not Reported, Ward 2

COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY — APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED:

Multi-Family New Construction:

209 W. Apache St. — 209 W. Apache LLC, SCO Development Apartment Building, $800,000, Ward 4

Addition/Alteration:

1601 McGee Dr. — Norman Public Schools, Monroe Elementary Fine Arts/Shelter Addition, $2,126,643, Ward 2

728 S. Flood Ave. — Norman Public Schools, McKinley Elementary Fine Arts/Shelter Addition, $2,000,000, Ward 4

728 S. Flood Ave. — Norman Public Schools, McKinley Elementary Classroom Addition, $2,126,643, Ward 4

242 24th Ave. NW — Oklahoma Electric Cooperative, OEC Warehouse Addition, $500,000, Ward 2

RESIDENTIAL ACTIVITY:

• Thirteen permits for new single family residences were issued with a total reported value of $4,146,510. The average reported value was $318,962, one of which applied to the city’s Home Energy Rating System (HERS/Energy Rating Index Program) and one to the city’s Visitability Program.

• Fifteen permits for additions or alterations to residential properties were issued with a total reported value of $751,510.

• One demolition permit was issued for 4400 W. Main St. Lot 97.

• Three applications for new single-family residences were submitted with a combined reported value of $2,453,680. The average reported value was $817,893.

• Seven applications for addition/alterations to residential properties were submitted with a reported value of $324,077.

• One demolition application was submitted for 305 E. Boyd St.

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