Building permits, 2/5 to 2/19/2010

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.


1228 N. State St., $34,000 for tenant improvement: new restaurant/deli in recently reconstructed shell space. Owner: Bellingham Housing Authority. Applicant: Marcus Johnson. Contractor: Franklin Corp.

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

1715 N. State St., $11,000 to replace approximately half of existing signage on existing sign poles with new electronic signage: Yorky’s Market & Fuel. Applicant and contractor: The Sign Post.

3200 Northwest Ave., $17,000 for commercial installation of canopy and soffit wall, non-illuminated letters. Owner: Fredy P. Hunziker. Applicant and contractor: The Sign Post. Tenant: Northwest Chiropractic Clinic.

2800 Douglas Ave., $10,000 for occupancy change: Whatcom Hospice office building. Applicant: Zervas Group.

BB Western Washington University, $180,000 for commercial remodel of existing second floor classrooms into specimen lab and grad offices. Owner: Western Washington University. Applicant: King Architecture.

102 W. Stuart Road, $130,000 for tenant improvement: install coffee shop in shell building. Owner: John Volken Foundation. Applicant: Sergio Chin-Ley/Reche Assoc.

4260 Cordata Parkway Suite 107, $30,000 for new restaurant. Owner: Whatcom Plaza LLC. Applicant: Alden McCurdy.


119 N. Commercial St. Suite 120, $15,000 for tenant improvement: renovate existing office space, rearrange layout and isolation of small portion as shell addition to adjacent tenant: Bellingham Towers. Owner: Bellingham Towers LLC.

1026 N. Forest St., $30,000 for commercial alteration: remodel basement to convert space into “Back To Work Boutique.” Owner: YWCA. Contractor: Dawson Construction Inc.

1 Bellis Fair Parkway Suite 124, $250,000 for tenant improvement: combine three small tenant spaces into one larger wireless phone service and retail store: Verizon Wireless. Owner: Bellis Fair Partners. Contractor: Pacific Construction Systems Inc.

1410 Girard St., $10,000 for emergency repairs: replace broken store front window, door and brick facade due to vehicle collision. Owner: Breakey Family LP. Contractor: Fountain Construction Inc.

3974 Hammer Drive, $24,000 for storage racking system for warehouse storage of carbon steel fittings and valves: McJunkin Redman. Owner: M&S Holdings LLC. Contractor: Northwest Handling Systems.

3210 Meridian St., $10,000 to establish occupancy for existing daycare center on lower floor level of Abundant Life Church. Owner and applicant: Abundant Life Corp. Contractor: Yonkman Construction.

1514 12th St. Suite 107, $18,000 for tenant improvement and occupancy change: convert existing restaurant/tavern space to legal offices: Jonathan Rands Attorney. Owner: Uy Family LP.

2230 Midway Lane, $52,800 for commercial shell improvement: construct mezzanine inside existing heated warehouse: Paramount Supply. Owner: Gregory C. Grant. Contractor: Com-Steel.

1993 Division St., $50,000 for commercial alterations: enlarge second floor in existing building: CB Wholesale. Owner: Division 19 LLC, Contractor: On The Level Construction.

2625 S. Harbor Loop Drive, $85,000 for tenant improvement: remodel bar area at Bellingham Yacht Club. Owner: Bellingham Yacht Club.

1200 C St., $450,000 for new two-story commercial building for boat repair and sales. Owner: Peter W. Foti. Contractor: Alvord & Richardson Construction.

3200 Northwest Ave., $17,000 for exterior signage and trim renovations: Northwest Chiropractic Clinic. Owner: Fredy P. Hunzicker. Contractor: The Sign Post.

716 Alabama St., $30,000 to replace pylon sign using existing pole with minor strengthening to baseplate. Owner: Timothy H. and Jacqueline M. Trott. Contractor: The Sign Post.

1715 N. State St., $11,000 to replace approximately half of existing signage on existing sign poles with new electronic signage: Yorky’s Market & Fuel. Owner: Fahren Corp. Contractor: The Sign Post.

Compiled by Isaac Bonnell.

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