City building permits total $7.7M in June

Posted 7/11/19

Uninhibited by the hot, humid weather, building permits issued by the city of Cleveland increased in June.There were 41 permits handed out, 17 for residential projects, eight for commercial …

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City building permits total $7.7M in June


Uninhibited by the hot, humid weather, building permits issued by the city of Cleveland increased in June.

There were 41 permits handed out, 17 for residential projects, eight for commercial construction, and 18 for alterations or additions.

The total estimate of job cost (value) for the month is $7,687,674.15, and total fees received by the city tallied $27,318. This includes $4,244,315.15 for commercial construction, $2,633,592 in residential building, and $809,767 for additions and alterations.

There are several major projects scheduled in commercial, including a second Raceway fuel distribution center at 4001 APD 40 (the Cleveland bypass).

This permit for $900,000 was issued to J.C. Curtis Construction, with the owner being Racetrac Petroleum of Atlanta.

This is Racetrac's second location in Cleveland. Construction and renovation of the orginal fuel distribution center, on 25th Street, is nearing completion. The construction had originally been scheduled for completion in June, but has been delayed somewhat.

Also in commercial are several new restaurants, or shells for restaurants, in the city, including a second Chick-fil-A restaurant at 1000 Paul Huff Parkway. This is between the Wendy's and Burger King eateries, and adjacent to the Target Center.

This permit is for $1.2 million, and the contractor will be W.H. Bass Inc., of Duluth, Ga. Owner will be the Chick-fil-A corporation in Atlanta.

Another $1 million project will be the construction of a Huddle House restaurant. It will be located at 1015 King St. S.E., off APD 40. The contractor will be Phillips Contractors.

Three additional permits are earmarked for restaurant developments, all located along Paul Huff Parkway.

Christian Brothers is the contractor for construction of one restaurant at 688 Paul Huff Parkway, a $350,000 project.

A second restaurant (a shell) is planned by STH & Associates at 694 Paul Huff, a $375,000 construction; and the third will be at 708 Paul Huff Parkway. This third restaurant will be built by CLY Construction, and required a $750,000 permit.

A number of other permits were obtained during the month. They include:

• Wedgecorp Construction received a permit for $160,000, for an addition to an existing building at 5693 Mouse Creek Road N.W.

• A business owner at 3324 Keith St. is planning $18,000 in alterations at the location for a change of occupancy.

• Murray Construction is building a retaining wall for Cleveland Utilities' Cherokee Gateway substation. This is a $60,000 project.

• B&M West Construction is replacing a canopy at 2455 Treasury Drive, requiring a $33,000 permit.

• Ocoee Outreach obtained four permits for the construction of wheelchair ramps. The ramps are for property on Howard Circle, Ocoee Street, 1st Street and South Meade Circle.

• Costello Construction is building a roof on an existing deck on North Ocoee Street. This will be a $2,000 construction.

• Chris Evans obtained a $30,000 permit for interior modifications for Gilbert's Collision Center on Grove Avenue.

• C.C. Blankenship and Son will be doing renovations to a bathroom at 2260 Candies Lane, to meet ADA requirements.

• A homeowner on Pleasant Grove Church Road obtained a permit to remove a carport roof, and replace it with a new roof. This will be a $6,500 project.

• Single-family homes are planned by Triple E Construction, Scott Johnson Company, Brett Witte, Dennis Epperson, James Daniel Smith, Anthony Ray Garn, Century Tradition, John Hogan, Hershell Robert and Cornerstone Construction.

Locations will be at Moore Place NW, Rose Hill Lane, 11th Street, Suzanna's Cove, Barpen Street, Unity Drive, Fleeman Place Drive, Windsor Circle and 22nd Street.   


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