3200 Squalicum Parkway, $825,213 for new commercial building: single story/single tenant medical office building: Bellingham OB/GYN Associates. Applicant: RMC Architects. Contractor: Dawson. Issued Nov. 9.
4163 Hannegan Road, $51,439 for commercial addition: add second floor level for storage within existing tenant space (semi-heated space): Donette Studio. Applicant and contractor: Credo Construction. Issued Nov. 9.
288 W. Kellogg Road, $90,000 for commercial alteration: replace of window and spandrel glazing. Contractor: Berschauer Phillips. Issued Nov. 8.
1321 Cornwall Ave., $15,000 to install new storefront channel letters, illuminated sign, LED rope lighting. Applicant and contractor: The Sign Post Inc. Issued Nov. 7.
1203 W Holly St., $40,000 for commercial site work: revise landscaping; construct retaining wall and stairs; revise storm drainage: Holly Bell Properties. Applicant: Oracle Contracting Services. Issued Nov. 6.
1600 C St., $995,119 for commercial project: replace fish hatchery and storage buildings with new environmental fisheries building. Tenant: Bellingham Technical College. Contractor: Roosendaal Honcoop Construction Inc. Issued Nov. 5.
110 Flora St., $130,000 for commercial alteration: interior restroom and office remodel, new glass storefront and exit: First Baptist Church. Accepted Nov. 9.
1605 Cornwall Ave., $13,500 for tenant improvement: remodel portion of basement office space, including kitchen area. Accepted Nov. 8.
3301 Squalicum Parkway, $11,673 for one internally illuminated free-standing monument-type sign: PeaceHealth Cancer Center. Applicant: ES&A Sign and Awning. Accepted Nov. 8.
1844 N. State St., $40,000 for commercial: replacement and alterations of windows, doors and siding. Accepted Nov. 7.
114 W. Stuart Road, $240,000 for tenant improvement: finish ot new space for beverage and limited food retailer: BevMo!. Accepted Nov. 6.
1401 6th St. 102, $10,000 for commercial tenant improvement, change of use and occupancy from a manufacturing area (F-1) to an assembly (A-3). Accepted Nov. 5.
Building permits are obtained from public records kept by the city of Bellingham. These listings include commercial building activity with an estimated valuation of $10,000 or more.