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Permits: Maritime Estates issued a permit for dock and canoe launch

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Since 2009, $762 million in construction dollars have been invested in Palm Coast.
by: Jeff Dawsey Sports Editor

According to Palm Coast’s Business Assistance Center, the following companies were issued tax receipts Aug. 31 to Sept. 4.

 

Timeshares by Owner of Palm Coast Inc. is a telemarketing service at 10 Cypress Point Parkway.

Azalea Health is a medical office at 460 Palm Coast Parkway SW.

• Home-based businesses: Easel Works, entertainment service; Sparkling Clean, janitorial service; Dave’s Home Remedy, handyman service; Andy’s Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning, janitorial service; A. Concierge Cleaning & Maintenance, janitorial service.

PALM COAST PERMITS

The following is an update for permit activity in the city for Aug. 27 to Sept.2. Total number of all permits issued: 225. Since 2009, $762 million in construction dollars have been invested in Palm Coast.

Commercial permit applications

C & R General Contractors applied for a $90,000 application for a restroom addition at 2 Boulder Rock Drive.

Buttrey Builders applied for a $62,000 application for alterations at 1 Commerce Blvd.

Hawkins Construction applied for a $23,000 application for alterations at Moe’s at 250 Palm Coast Parkway NE, Unit 214.

Deegan Daniel applied for a $10,000 application for alterations at Spine Recovery Clinic at 1430 Palm Coast Parkway NW, Unit 2.

ML Underwood Construction applied for a $2,000 application for alterations at the Palm Coast Autism Center at 515 Palm Coast Parkway SW, Unit 201.

Commercial permits issued

Maritime Estates was issued a $19,080 permit for dock and canoe launch at 28 A Country Club Harbor Circle.

Residential permits issued

Dimare Construction was issued a $671,000 permit for a single-family residence at 51 Waterfront Park.

D.R. Horton was issued a $360,000 permit for a single-family residence at 73 Auberry Drive.

Gold Coast Homes was issued a $315,000 permit for a single-family residence at 341 Hibiscus Way.

Maronda Homes was issued a $301,000 permit for a single-family residence at 33 Wood Clift Lane.

Seagate Homes was issued a $271,000 permit for a single-family residence at 8 Upshur Court.

PCM Homes was issued a $268,000 permit for a single-family residence at 24 Folson Lane.

Holiday Builders was issued a $233,000 permit for a single-family residence at 42 Port Royal Drive.

Adams Homes was issued a $216,000 permit for a single-family residence at 18 Reindeer Lane.

East Coast Aluminum was issued a $30,000 permit for an addition at 13 Slate Blue Place.

Intervest Construction was issued a $10,000 permit for an addition at 16 Scarlet Oak Circle.

Screen Machines was issued a $13,000 permit for an addition at 32 North Village Parkway.

Affordable Aluminum was issued a $6,000 permit for an addition at 10 Season Place.

Dwayne Dycus was issued a $6,000 permit for an addition at 59 Kalamazoo Trail.

Occupancy Permit

Julia fuentes was issued an occupancy permit for Serendipity Living LLC-uniform retail at 2 Office Park Drive, Suite C.

Debra Rhodes was issued an occupancy permit for Hospitality House at 117 Red Mill Drive.

Keith Wilson was issued an occupancy permit for Clear Path-an assisted living faculty at 29 Lancaster Lane.

Certificate of Occupancy

Dimare Construction was issued a $291,000 certificate of occupancy for Azalea Health at 460 Palm Coast Parkway SW, Unit 5.

Coquina Real Estate was issued a $21,900 certificate of occupancy for Pinch-A-Penny at 7 Old Kings Road N, Unit 36.

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