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.
333 32nd St., $329,000 for commercial alterations: construction work associated with HVAC upgrades, installation of hydronic heating system and reheat terminal boxes. Owner: Western Washington University. Applicant: King Choi, WWU.
2111 King St., $10,000 for commercial alteration: convert storage area to kitchen/break room: American Red Cross. Owner: American National Red Cross. Applicant: George Zuck.
ET Western Washington University, $387,000 to enclose existing receiving area for new composites lab and add 964-square-foot storage mezzanine. Owner: Western Washington University. Applicant: King Architecture.
480 Bayview Drive, $750,000 for Pattle Point trestle renovation. Owner: City of Bellingham Finance.
1220 Civic Field Way, $15,000 for commercial alterations: convert portion of storage building into office. Owner: City of Bellingham Finance. Applicant: Douglas Landsem.
720 Poplar Drive, $277,000 for residential alterations: demolish dwelling and rebuild within existing footprint. Owner: Mark C. and Megan Handzlik. Applicant: Jim Degolier.
801 Alabama St., $10,530 for two wall-mounted internally illuminated signs: Vision Plus. Applicant: CDI Custom Design Inc.
1227 W. Bakerview Road, $10,000 to replace damaged canopy over existing ATM with one new, internally illuminated canopy. Owner: Roundup Co. dba Fred Meyer. Applicant: CDI Custom Design Inc. Tenant: Industrial Credit Union.
3609 Chandler Parkway, $10,000 for a retaining wall. Owner: Bradley D. and Amy A. Bearden. Applicant: Windword Landscape Inc.
202 E. Holly St., $125,000 for tenant improvement: convert second floor space into nine studio apartments. Owner: EWHA Inc. Applicant: Lisa Woo.
1211 Jersey St., $3,331,912 for new four-story, mixed-used residential and commercial building with parking garage. Owner and applicant: MDHS Investments LLC.
2726 Alderwood Ave., $65,000 for dining room addition to Alderwood Convalescent Facility. Owner: Clay & Clark. Applicant and contractor: Costello Design & Construction LLC.
333 Caluna Court, $250,000 for commercial alterations: remove existing siding and install new siding, construct new freestanding canopy and new paving. Owner: Whatcom Community College. Applicant: Zervas Group.
801 Alabama St., $75,000 for commercial alterations: convert bank building into eye clinic: Vision Plus. Applicant: Wellman & Zuck.
110 Park Ridge Road, $40,000 to install four portable classrooms and exterior stairs, ramps and walkways. Owner: Bellingham School District 501. Applicant: Jed Clark.
904 Potter St., $22,000 for commercial replacement of north entry porch deck. Owner: Bellingham-Whatcom County Visitors & Convention Bureau. Applicant: Terramax Co.
4260 Cordata Parkway, $25,000 for tenant improvement: new tanning salon/juice bar in shell space. Owner: Whatcom Plaza. Applicant: Keith Troske.
2130 Northshore Drive, $404,548 for new single family residence with breezeway attached garage. Owner: Wayne S. and Irene Hwang. Applicant: Haven Design.
3100 Block Arbor St., $500,000 to install protective cover over Olympic Pipeline crossing at Whatcom Creek. Owner: City of Bellingham Finance. Contractor: Snelson Companies Inc.
1509 E. Victor St., $135,180 for stormwater detention vault for future private high school. Owner: St. Paul’s Episcopal School. Contractor: Strengholt Construction Co.
1509 E. Victor St., $7,900,000 for new private high school/middle school. Owner: St. Paul’s Episcopal School. Contractor: Strengholt Construction Co.
1301 W. Bakerview Road, $173,000 to complete unfinished shell space into restaurant: Five Guys Burgers & Fries. Owner: Easthom B-View LLC. Contractor: RLS Construction.
1116 Birch Falls Drive, $253,887 for new single family residence with attached garage. Owner: Hannah Creek Preserve LLC. Contractor: Skeers Construction Co.
4375 Meridian St., $18,000 for three wall-mounted, internally illuminated signs and one reface of multitenant, freestanding sign: O’Reilly Auto Parts. Owner: 114th Avenue LLC. Contractor: Meyer Sign/Advertising Co.
4160 Meridian St., $11,550 for two internally illuminated signs: Holiday Inn Express. Owner: Caitac Enterprise Corp. Contractor: Signs Plus Inc.
2433 E. Bakerview Road, $100,000 for stormwater vault for mixed-use project: restaurant/mini-mart and associated parking: Khanna McDonalds. Owner: Ashok and Sangeeta Khanna. Contractor: Credo Construction.
1252 Nevada St., $20,000 for commercial repairs: remove and replace siding, windows, and Tyvek building wrap on south and west building elevations only. Owner: Jarvis-Saw Mill LLC. Contractor: Dawson Construction Inc.
103 E. Holly St. Suite 206, $10,000 for tenant improvement and minor interior alterations: new non-bearing walls and doors to enclose new hearing room. Owner: Cornwall & Holly Association. Tenant: Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals.
134 34th St., $251,501 for new single family residence with attached garage. Owner: James Jr. and Sheri Emerson.
102 W. Stuart Road, $15,000 for nine signs. Owner: John Volken Foundation. Contractor: Western Neon.
414 W. Bakerview Road Suite 107, $14,000 for four internally illuminated, wall-mounted signs: V’s Barber Shop. Owner: Madrona Bay LLC. Contractor: Meyer Sign & Advertising Co. Inc.
1929 King St., $25,000 for four internally illuminated signs: O’Reilly Auto Parts. Owner: RIC 22 LTD. Contractor: Meyer Sign & Advertising Co. Inc.