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.
1501 N. State St., $7,500,000 for 40 residential unit mixed-use building with commercial space and parking. Owner: City of Bellingham Housing Authority. Applicant: RMC Architects.
1400 N. Forest St., $750,000 for addition and renovation of existing building: Dept. of Corrections. Owner: Heron Point Properties LLC. Applicant: Faber Brothers.
2433 E. Bakerview Road, $400,000 for commercial addition: new shell restaurant attached to existing convenience store: McDonald’s. Owner: Ashok and Sangeeta Khanna. Applicant: David Verret.
250 Flora St., $10,000 to install two lettered signs and addresses. Owner: Bellingham-Whatcom Public Facilities Dist. Applicant: Tara Sundin.
1020 W. Bakerview Road, $330,000 for new fast food restaurant with drive through. Owner: Jack in the Box Inc. Applicant: Stantec. Tenant: Jack in the Box.
1470 Ellis St., $35,000 for tenant improvement: minor interior alterations to former chiropractic office for new hearing clinic. Owner: Ellis St. Enterprises LLC. Applicant: NJI Design & Construction. Tenant: Hearing Northwest.
427 Ohio St., $150,950 for commercial reroof: install foam plastic insulation and membrane over existing metal roof. Owner: Leavitt-Wolff Northwest Prop. Contractor: Stanley Roofing.
1812 C St., $11,935 for commercial roof repair to existing commercial building: Bellingham Police Dept. Owner: City of Bellingham Finance. Contractor: Mike’s Roofing Inc.
1708 I St., $1,342,615 for new construction/expansion of existing two-story church: three-level addition of social hall, classrooms, offices, expand kitchen area: Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship. Owner: Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship. Contractor: Credo Construction.
BT Western Washington University, $55,000 for precast concrete stormwater detention vault. Owner: Western Washington University. Contractor: Ebenal General Inc.
1000 F. St. Suite 150, $40,000 for four wall-mounted signs: one internally illuminated and the remainder cut-attached letters of aluminum and dibold composite: WWU Tech & Development Center.
Compiled by Isaac Bonnell.