Building permits, 11/6 to 11/20/2009

The Bellingham Business Journal

The following recent building permit activity includes permits for commercial projects valued at $10,000 or more, and residential projects valued at $250,000 or more.


1200 C St., $450,000 for new two-story commercial building for repair and sales. Owner: Peter W. Foti. Applicant: Fred Wagner. Contractor: Alvord & Richardson Construction Co. Tenant: West Coast Marine Services.

920 Lakeway Drive, $300,000 for commercial addition: add retail motor fuel dispensing facility to tire store. Owner: Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Applicant: Barghausen Engineers.

205 E. Magnolia St., $27,000 to install eight rain shields over existing wind guards. Owner: Whatcom Transportation Authority. Applicant and contractor: Signs Plus.


2425 E. Bakerview Road, $29,392 for three internally illuminated signs: two mounted on existing freestanding post system, one of which is an electronic readerboard, and one mounted on building face: Walkers Carpet One. Owner: CBST Properties LLC. Contractor: The Sign Post.

2901 Squalicum Parkway, $1,995,000 for tenant improvement: renovation of previous patient areas into new behavioral health unit: St. Joseph Hospital Behavioral Health. Owner: Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace-Health Hospital Services. Contractor: H. A. Anderson Co.

228 E. Champion St. Suite B104, $18,000 for tenant improvement: new office space for Outside Insights Tax Prep. Owner: Fussner Building LLC. Contractor: Scoboria Construction.

1419 N. State St., $20,000 for commercial alteration: renovation of former retail area into office areas: KSLJ LLC. Owner: KSLJ LLC. Contractor: Oracle Contracting Services.

1417 N. State St., $400,000 for commercial renovation of former retail space into office areas: KSLJ LLC. Owner: KSLJ LLC. Contractor: Oracle Contracting Services.

1200 10th St. Suite 102, $35,000 for tenant improvement: change of office space from office space to wine bar: Daphne’s Fairhaven Inc. Owner: Gene V. and Constance L. Shannon.

3125 Old Fairhaven Parkway, $22,000 for two internally illuminated, wall-mounted signs: The Market at Fairhaven. Owner: Landmark Investment. Contractor: The Sign Post.

Compiled by Isaac Bonnell.

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