The building permit for a 94-unit condo on Bradley Street has been approved.
In August the city approved a $3,250-permit to Caleb Group of Companies for the foundation of the unit at a cost of $650,000. In September, the same group received the largest building permit worth $56,750 for the condos on the 900 block of Bradley Street for a total cost of approximately $11.35 million.
Also on Bradley Street will be five-unit townhouse condos by New Rock Developments Inc. The developer received a permit in September worth $3,760 and the estimated cost is $752,000. It was the third largest permit last month.
The second largest permit issued in September, worth $20,000, will allow a new car dealership at Moose Jaw Ford, 204 Manitoba St. W. at a cost of $4 million.
Those were three of 37 permits issued in September worth $18.97 million. In September 2012 the city issued 30 permits worth $4.22 million.
The city issued a commercial permit worth $3,000 to allow for the $600,000-build of warehouse and offices at 6 McKenzie Lane in Grayson Industrial Park.
The city issued a total of 35 residential permits, including the 94-unit condo and the five-unit townhouse condos. There were 16 permits for new storage garages, including open-air parking garages, and one permit worth $55 for a $11,147-addition to an existing garage on the 1300 block of Albert Street.
There were five permits for new decks and one $125-permit for the construction of a solarium on an existing deck on the 200 block of Hochelaga Street East at a cost of $25,000.
The city issued seven permits for new houses with a combined value of $1.87 million. Robinson Contracting Ltd. received a $1,705-permit for a new dwelling and attached garage on the zero block of Wellington Drive at a cost of $340,950.
The city also issued a permit worth $1,512 to allow for the $302,400-construction of a dwelling and covered front deck on the 1700 block of 11th Avenue Northwest in West Park.
Another permit, worth $1,494, was for a new dwelling and attached garage on the zero block of Everton Crescent in Westheath at a cost of $298,800.
Those were the three largest permits for new dwellings. The city issued three permits for alterations, repairs and additions to dwellings. A permit worth $155 will allow the $30,940-addition on the side of a house on the 200 block of Duffield Street West.
The city issued an $88-permit for the demolition and replacement of an addition and new deck on the 900 block of Second Avenue Northeast at a cost of $17,760.
The third alteration, repairs and addition permit valued at $70 was to allow a porch addition to a home on the 1600 block of Glendale Street in Westheath at a cost of $14,000.
In total from Jan. 1, 2013 to Sept. 30, 2013 the city has issued 270 permits worth approximately $83.06 million. In the same time frame in 2012, the city issued 335 permits worth approximately $58.17 million.
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