Building permit roundup – Nov 22

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Building permit roundup – Nov 22

The following building and zoning permits were approved by the City of Springfield between Nov. 13, 2017 and Nov. 19, 2017:

Springfield Mass Transit has obtained a permit for a commercial building addition at 1110 S. Ninth St. The permit covers the demolition of the existing block building, the rebuilding of the north-end wall on the existing storage building, and parking improvements, including 34 regular parking spaces, two ADA parking spaces and eight bus stalls. The contractor is Springfield-based Evans Construction Company, and the project is valued at $761,200.

I.D.P.H. Vital Records has obtained a commercial demolition permit for 605 W. Jefferson. The permit covers the removal of interior walls. The contractor is McLean-based Illinois Valley Construction, and the project is valued at $50,000.

Joe Lopez has obtained a commercial demolition permit for 425 N. Grand Ave. E (the former Golden Dragon restaurant). The permit covers an interior demolition of three non-structural walls and the removal of carpet. The contractor is Chatham-based Jose Lopez, and the project is valued at $1.

Crown Castle, Inc. has obtained a commercial building permit for 2167 S. Ninth St. The permit covers a proposed 150-foot wireless antenna facility. The contractor is Arnold, Missouri-based Spencer Contracting Company, and the project is valued at $260,000.

AT&T Mobility has obtained a commercial building permit to upgrade the antenna of the wireless communication equipment located at 2723 W. Monroe St. The contractor is Schaumburg-based SAC Wireless, and the project is valued at $50,000.

Depend-A-Bull Motors, Inc. has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for First Transit, located at 2929 E. Cook St. The permit covers the repair of roof damage. The contractor is Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based Paul Davis National, and the project is valued at $10,000.

Ben Call has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for a restaurant tenant finish packages at Papos Cafe, located at 3290 W. Iles. The contractor is Riverton-based BBC Construction Management, and the project is valued at $80,000.

Seritage Growth Properties has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for Burlington Coat Factory, located at 2500 Wabash Ave., Suite B. The permit covers mechanical and plumbing work for a tenant finish. The contractor is Beaver Dam, Wisconsin-based WDS Construction, and the project is valued at $1,200,000.

Joyner Real Estate LLC has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for Smallcakes Cupcakery, located at 2300 Wabash. The permit covers an interior remodel. The contractor is Springfield-based Joyner Construction Services, and the project is valued at $35,000.

Simon Property Group has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for a Friendly Chevrolet tenant move-in to the former H.H. Gregg location at 2501 W. Wabash. The permit covers 150 vehicles to be displayed outside and 20 vehicles to be displayed indoors during an off-site sale from Nov. 23, 2017 to Jan. 2, 2018. The contractor is Friendly Chevrolet, and the project is valued at $2,000.

WIBC, Inc. has obtained a commercial mechanical permit for 3266 W. Iles Ave. The permit covers an interior build-out of Little Minds Learning Center. The contractor is Springfield-based E.L. Pruitt Company, and the project is valued at $250,000.

Levi Ray & Shoup has obtained a commercial building permit for 2387 W. Monroe. The permit covers the construction of a new office and parking garage. The contractor is Springfield-based E.L. Pruitt Company, and the project is valued at $600,000.

K-Mart Corporation has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 2500 W. Wabash. The permit covers a partial demolition, addition and façade work for three future tenant spaces. The contractor is Springfield-based E.L. Pruitt Company, and the project is valued at $2,723,000.

West Side Christian Church has obtained a commercial signage permit for 2850 Cider Mill Road. The permit is for two single-sided entrance signs. The contractor is Springfield-based Ace Sign Company, and the project is valued at $40,000.

Plaza Parking 1, LLC has obtained a commercial signage permit for 428 S. Fifth St. The contractor is Springfield-based Ace Sign Company, and the project is valued at $33,154.

Friendly Chevrolet, Inc. has obtained a commercial signage permit for 2501 W. Wabash. The permit is for a wall-mounted sign, bolted to the wall of the former H.H. Gregg store. The contractor is Springfield-based I.D. Signs and Service, Inc., and the project is valued at $2,200.

The Mary Bryant Home has obtained a commercial signage permit for 2960 Stanton Ave. The permit is for a refurbishing of the existing double-sided, grounded, illuminated sign. The contractor is Springfield-based Ace Sign Company, and the project is valued at $3,194.

National City Bank has obtained a commercial signage permit for 1949 Sangamon Ave., lot 2, at Sangamon Center North. The permit is for a PNC bank retrofit with new LED’s. The contractor is Bloomington-based Patriot Sign & Electric, and the project is valued at $1,405.

Lincoln Centre, Inc. has obtained a commercial signage permit for 127 North Grand Ave. East. The permit is to furnish and install custom building letters for the ALF Insurance Agency of Illinois. The contractor is Springfield-based Ace Sign Company, and the project is valued at $7,140.

Boone’s Saloon has obtained a commercial signage permit for 301 W. Edwards. The permit is for a banner. The contractor is Springfield-based Boones Saloon, and the project is valued at $400.

Earl Roland has obtained a commercial signage permit for 816 N. Dirksen Parkway. The permit is for installation of a customer-furnished sign. The contractor is Springfield-based Ace Sign Company, and the project is valued at $2,500.

MRP Springfield LLC has obtained a commercial signage permit for 3325 S. Veterans. The permit covers a temporary for sale/for lease banner for Midwest Retail Properties. The contractor is Springfield-based Ace Sign Company, and the project is valued at $413.

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