Commercial and business construction in the city included two restaurants at Bradley Square Mall that included a build-out of Santa Fe Cattle Co. at a cost of $908,000 and a Luigi’s Pizza valued at $175,000. A $1 million Jenkins Deli is under construction at 2390 Spring Creek Blvd N.E.
Other commercial and business permits were a $732,000 metal building for Easy Auto at 100 25th St., and a $30,000 addition for a pet crematory at 2417 North Ocoee St.
There were nine residential building permits in the city ranging in value from $60,000 to $300,000.
The city also issued nine addition/alteration permits valued at $1.01 million; nine residential, $1.52 million; and eight commercial totaling $2.48 million.
Bradley County reported 40 permits in April valued at $2.82 million. The number of permits was significantly higher than the 24 issued in March, but the increase was not enough to break out of the $2 million range. The county building inspector reported $2.03 million in April, $2.3 million in February and $2.14 million in January.
Bradley County issued four commercial and industrial permits totaling $503,187. Cleveland Utilities pulled a permit valued at $93,000 for its water treatment plant at 481 Dry Valley Road and Wacker Polysilicon North America received a $375,187 permit for a job at 553 Wacker Blvd. N.W.
The county also reported 25 residential and 11 additions valued at $2.13 million and $185,925 respectively. Nine of the 25 new homes were mobile homes or doublewides. The remaining 16 homes ranged in value from $65,000 to three homes on Talons Ridge Road N.W. valued at $189,000.
The Cleveland Development and Engineering Services Department recorded 26 permits valued at $5 million, which is second to the $5.35 million in February. The fourth month was well ahead of the $3.053 million in January and $2.37 million in March.