Building permits, 1/8 to 1/22/2010

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.

Accepted

477 W. Horton Road, $28,000 for new 572-square-foot structure to be used for filling of medical oxygen bottles. Owner: Kenneth P. and Denise Schims. Applicant: Marcus Johnson. Contractor: Franklin Corp.

102 W. Stuart Road, $130,000 for tenant improvement: finish shell to accommodate coffee shop, interior work only. Owner: John Volken Foundation. Applicant: Sergio Chin-Ley, Reche Assoc.

101 W. Telegraph Road, $35,000 for tenant improvement: update toilet rooms and parking for accessibility, remodel interior seating area. Owner: Bellis Fair Partners.

PH Western Washington University, $690,000 for commercial alterations: install new interior finishes, abate hazard materials, upgrade A/V, HVAC and lighting. Owner: Western Washington University. Applicant: SHKS Architects.

HU Western Washington University, $199,000 for commercial alterations: install new interior finishes, abate hazard materials, upgrade A/V, HVAC and lighting. Owner: Western Washington University. Applicant: SHKS Architects.

HH Western Washington University, $392,000 for commercial alterations: install new interior finishes, abate hazard materials, upgrade A/V, HVAC and lighting. Owner: Western Washington University. Applicant: SHKS Architects.

ES Western Washington University, $249,000 for commercial alterations: install new interior finishes, abate hazard materials, upgrade A/V, HVAC and lighting. Owner: Western Washington University. Applicant: SHKS Architects.

AH Western Washington University, $230,000 for commercial alterations: install new interior finishes, abate hazard materials, upgrade A/V, HVAC and lighting. Owner: Western Washington University. Applicant: SHKS Architects.

2625 S. Harbor Loop Drive, $85,000 for interior renovation to bar area: Bellingham Yacht Club. Owner: Bellingham Yacht Club. Applicant: RMC Architects.

PP Western Washington University, $42,000 for commercial alteration: interior remodel of restrooms and office. Owner: Western Washington University. Applicant: Jim Williams.

1228 N. State St., $28,000 for tenant improvement: new restaurant/deli in recently reconstructed shell space. Owner: Bellingham Housing Authority. Applicant: Marcus Johnson. Contractor: Franklin Corp.

Issued

1426 Cornwall Ave., $10,000 for tenant improvement: create gelato/chocolate restaurant space in newly separated tenant area: Chocolate Necessities. Owner: Leopard Bow LLC.

2631 S. Harbor Loop CE-18, $115,000 for construction of new boathouse on pre-manufactured float system: White Boathouse. Owner: Thomas G. and Barbara B. White. Contractor: Alvord & Richardson Construction.

2631 S. Harbor Loop DE-21, $114,000 for construction of new boathouse on pre-manufactured float system: Jansen Boathouse. Owner: Louis A. and Katheryn J. Jansen. Contractor: Alvord & Richardson Construction.

960 Harris Ave. Suite 103, $36,600 to change occupancy from retail sales to art gallery. Owner: David A. McInnis. Contractor: Soundview Structures LLC.

1220 Lakeway Dr., $737,000 for commercial additions/alterations: convert previous restaurant to offices for service agency. Owner: Lake Whatcom Water-Sewer District. Contractor: Myers General Commercial Corp.

207 Unity St., $27,500 for commercial re-roof: remove old roofing, install 5-inch poly-iso insulation and 40 mil. TPO membrane. Owner: LBG Family Properties LLC. Contractor: Esary Roofing & Siding Company.

119 N. Commercial St. Suite 170 and 175, $60,000 for tenant improvement: new office space: Hollander Investments. Owner: Bellingham Towers LLC.

202 Grand Ave., $26,000 for tenant improvement: install museum cafe. Owner: Bellingham-Whatcom Public Facilities District.

801 Ohio St., $10,000 for four internally illuminated signs: three wall-mounted and one freestanding: Midas Auto Service. Owner: Gregory C. Grant. Contractor: Grand View Sign & Awning.

Compiled by Isaac Bonnell.

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