Building permits, 12/11 to 12/18/2012


1400 W. Holly St., $68,000 for commercial alteration: remodel back of store into smaller storage rooms, add break room and toilet room. Contractor: Altama Construction. Issued Dec. 14.

365 Harris Ave. 105, $10,000 for tenant improvement: storage and shop within larger warehouse space: Vessel Zodiac. Issued Dec. 13.


620 W. Kellogg Road, $70,000 for commercial: addition of solar panels and additional clips for future use on roof of auxiliary services building. Contractor: Ecotech Energy Systems LLC. Accepted Dec. 14.

1255 Barkley Blvd. 107, $15,000 for commercial tenant improvement: create office space. Accepted Dec. 14.

2218 Pacific St., $20,476 for commercial: construct new detached, unheated storage building. Applicant: Pioneer Post Frame Inc. Accepted Dec. 13.

405 32nd St. 303, $15,000 for tenant improvement: remodel portion of third floor for new office tenant. Contractor: Dawson Construction Inc. Accepted Dec. 12.

2227 Midway Lane, $600,000 for new commercial warehouse and offices for Cesco Solutions. Contractor: Credo Construction. Accepted Dec. 11.

1701 Ellis St., $20,000 for tenant improvement/change of occupancy: convert portion of lower floor into new officers, classrooms, storage spaces and an assembly area/exercise room. Accepted Dec. 11.

300 E. Bellis Fair Parkway, $7 million for tenant improvement: remodel currently vacant retail space for new grocery store: WinCo. Accepted Dec. 10.

516 High St. (WWU’s Ridgeway Alpha), $1,086,982 for commercial improvements to existing residential dorm at WWU, install new fire alarm, sprinkler system, lighting, flooring. Applicant: King Architecture. Accepted. Dec. 10.

410 W. Bakerview Road 108, $30,000 for commercial tenant improvement: adding kitchen space, ADA bathroom, small dining room limited to four tables. Accepted Dec. 10.

1405 Fraser St. 101, $25,576 for commercial tenant improvement to existing office space, create new offices and conference room, install new ceiling grid. Applicant and contractor: Braam Construction Inc. Accepted Dec. 10.

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.

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