La Jolla building permit applications from Oct. 4 to 8

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Here’s a list of applications for building permits submitted to the city’s Development Services Division from Oct. 4-8.

7888 Roseland Drive, add detached masonry fireplace and replace patio cover, $10,575

7528 Cuvier St., replace, repair toilets, tubs, sinks, other plumbing, $10,000

7450 Olivetas Ave., install heating/air conditioning unit, $10,000

4485 La Jolla Village Drive, tenant improvements in existing retail space, $103,250

1245 Park Row, demolish single-family dwelling and garage, $15,000

View La Jolla building permit applications, Oct. 4-8 in a larger map

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Posted by Halie Johnson on Oct 11, 2010. Filed under Homes, Real Estate Trends. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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