Building permits, 7/22 to 7/29/2013

Issued 

2901 Squalicum Parkway, $115,000 for commercial alteration: architectural ceiling work, remodel and equipment replacement in existing CT scanner suite #2: PeaceHealth St. Joseph Hospital. Applicant and contractor: Boss Construction Inc. Permit No.: BLD2013-00368. Issued July 25.

410 W. Bakerview Road 114, $90,000 for tenant improvement: complete shell space for retail sporting good tenant on first and second floors: Trader’s Depot. Applicant and contractor: By The Bay Construction. Permit No.: BLD2013-00236. Issued July 25.

Pending 

1029 22nd St., $1,944,914 for new four-story, 16-unit multifamily building. Permit No.: BLD2103-00389. Accepted July 24.

3005 Cinema Pl., $162,000 for commercial alteration: construct new roof system above auditorium 7 & 8 to provide sound remediation: Regal Cinema. Contractor: Robinson Construction. Permit No.: BLD2013-00366. Accepted July 24.

210 36th St., $125,000 for tenant improvement: remodel to existing bank space within grocery store for new tenant. Tenant: Alaska USA Federal Credit Union. Permit No.: BLD2013-00384. Accepted July 22.

1204 Cornwall Ave., $86,000 for tenant improvement: convert office space to restaurant. Permit No. BLD2013-00279. Accepted July 24.

2938 Lindbergh Ave., $65,000 for commercial alterations: upgrades to existing classroom for nursing simulation control room. Permit No.: BLD2013-00387. Accepted July 22.

2001 Masonry Way 103, $20,000 to install ADA-compliant restroom, tenant improvement for office for interest-based distributor: Canfield Brothers Bikes. Permit No. BLD2013-00312. Accepted July 24.

303 Potter St., $15,500 for repair and restoration of existing office building, update windows, add insulation, replace light fixtures and baseboard heaters, improve staircase, replace existing wooden walkway, relocate kitchenette. Permit No.: BLD2013-00388. Accepted July 23.

Building permits are obtained from public records on file with the city of Bellingham. These listings include commercial building permits with an estimated valuation of $10,000 or more. Additional information can be found on the city’s website.

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