The Springfield location of retailer Target is getting a rooftop solar installation.

Located at 3445 Freedom Drive, the Target store obtained a permit from the City of Springfield on Aug. 14 to install a 420-kiloWatt solar system.

EFS Energy Inc. of Springfield is the contractor for the project, valued at $649,101.

Other permits approved by the city include the following:

Simon Property Group obtained a permit for the temporary retail store Halloween City, to be located in the former hhgregg space at 2501 Wabash Ave.

Seritage Growth Properties obtained a permit to build a new Outback Steakhouse at 2590 Wabash Ave. The building will be 6,524 square feet. Englewood Construction is the contractor. The project is valued at $1.9 million.

DWAC Enterprises, Inc. obtained a renovation permit for a 2,080-square-foot sandwich shop to be located at 4233 Wabash Ave. The project is valued at $76,000. DWAC is the contractor.

Gregory Sgro obtained a permit to enclose a portico on the building at 119 S. Sixth St., which houses the law firm of Sgro, Hanrahan, Durr, Rabin & Bruce, LLP. The enclosed area will be converted into office space. The contractor is Steven Sgro.

Shiva Developments obtained an erosion control permit for the Shiva Plaza planned at 2730 S. Sixth St. The 5,200-square-foot building will house a new Dunkin Donuts. Joyner Construction Services is the contractor.

Springfield Airport Authority obtained a permit to demolish an existing home at 2268 Wilbur Road. Parkland Environmental Group is the contractor.