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March 5 Building Permits

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Monday, March 5, 2018

GREENVILLE

The City of Greenville Inspections Department issued the following permits for Feb. 20-26:

■ Americo Real Estate Co., 4057 S. Memorial Drive, storage/accessory, $5,000.

■ Rushing Properties LLC, 3741 S. Memorial Drive, new commercial business, $499,000.

■ Melanie Morrison, 203 Bent Creek Drive, family care home for six or less, $0.

■ Gerald Stubbs, 3605 Oglethorpe Drive, storage/accessory, $8,800.

■ Houses BPR LLC, 1009 Sedbrook Lane, new single family residential, $217,125.

■ Houses BPR LLC, 1003 Red Banks Road, 2009 Sedbrook Lane, new single family residential, $254,325.

■ Tokyo Express of Greenville, 700 S. Memorial Drive, Unit 103, commercial alterations, $17,450.

■ Greenville Hospitality Associates, 2225 Stantonsburg Road, commercial alterations, $25,000.

■ Crown Castle South LLC, 2050 E. Fire Tower Road, storage/accessory, $25,000.

■ Pirate Place Dot Com LLC, 205 E. 13th St., duplex alterations, $17,250.

■ Will Kuhn Homes, 3805 E. Baywood Lane, new single family residential, $180,150.

■ Will Kuhn Homes, 3817 E. Baywood Lane, new single family residential, $222,900.

■ Joan C. Bass, 150 Plaza Drive, Unit 1, commercial alterations, $28,949.

■ Will Kuhn Homes, 3809 E. Baywood Lane, new single family residential, $181,725.

■ Will Kuhn Homes, 3813 E. Baywood Lane, new single family residential, $181, 650.

■ Christopher T. Grubb and Margaret P. Grubb, 2905 Groveland Drive, single family alteration, $28,000.


PITT COUNTY

The Pitt County Inspections Department issued the following permits for Feb. 21-27:

■ Daniel Lowry, 4038 VOA Site B Road, Grimesland, detached residential accessory, $7,500.

■ Catherine Dews Nelson, 3902 N.C. 903 South, Winterville, residential porch, $25,000.

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