Building permits, 7/3 to 7/10/2009

The following recent building permit activity includes permits for commercial projects valued at $10,000 or more, and residential homes valued at $250,000 or more.

Accepted

1824 Ellis St., $45,000 for tenant improvement: sheath existing mezzanine: Bellingham Food Bank. Owner: Alternatives to Hunger. Applicant: Pearson Construction.

1400 N. Forest St., $750,000 for addition and renovation of existing building: Dept. of Corrections. Owner: Heron Point Properties LLC.

412 Girard St., $40,000 for tenant improvement: new windows, construct arbor and remove partitions. Owner: Whidbey Island Bank. Applicant and contractor: HBC Homes.

1708 I St., $1,240,000 for new construction/expansion of existing two-story church: three-level addition of social hall, classrooms, offices, expand kitchen area and pervious patio areas. Owner: Bellingham Unitarian. Applicant: David Verret.

436 W. Bakerview Road Suites 110-112, $10,000 for commercial alteration: repair to glass store front and interior demising walls due to car damage. Owner: Bakerview Square LLC. Applicant and contractor: By the Bay Construction.

1001 E. Sunset Dr., $105,877 for commercial ADA upgrades, interior work only. Applicant: Singleton Construction LLC.

710 Larrabee Ave., $350,000 for new single family residence. Owner and applicant: Karl A. and Karen B. Thomas.

2310 Victor St., $257,856 for new single family residence with attached garage. Owner and applicant: Greg and Catalina Hope.

535 38th St., $300,000 for new single family residence with attached garage. Owner and applicant: Craig J. and Catherine P. Carlyle.

MH Western Washington University, $1,000,000 for interior demolition of Miller Hall, including asbestos abatement. Owner: Western Washington University.  

Issued

 2221 Pacific St. WHS, $98,712 for commercial warehouse reroof: overlay metal panels over existing roof and replace/reconfigure skylights. Owner: City of Bellingham Finance. Contractor: Bahnmiller Construction Inc.,

210 36th St., $45,000 for tenant improvement: reinstall coffee stand inside store (formerly Starbucks, now Tully’s). Owner: Briar Development Co. Applicant: In Store Services. Tenant: Tully’s Coffee.

1601 Donovan Ave., $367,664 for new single family residence with attached garage. Contractor: HBC Homes.

1512 N. State St., $20,000 for one internally illuminated electronic reader board added to existing blade-type, wall-mounted sign: Louis Auto Glass. Owner: Adelstein Family LLC. Contractor: Signs Plus Inc.

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