La Jolla building permits

Applications for building permits submitted to city’s Development Services Office, April 25-29.
• 6604 Muirlands Drive. Add retaining wall, no valuation listed; second permit for demotion of 4,008-square-foot home and 1,431-square-foot garage with guesthouse, $18,000.

• 1112 Muirlands Vista Way. Construct pool, spa, fire pit, barbecue and retaining wall, no valuation listed.

• 5860 Ravenswood Drive. Remodel; replace door/window and re-stucco, no valuation listed.

• 1579 Alta La Jolla Drive. Add deck with glass railing, no valuation listed.

• 4130 La Jolla Village Drive. Tenant improvements for salon and spa. $170,660.

5841 La Jolla Mesa Drive, Addition, minor remodel; new patio cover for barbecue, no valuation listed.

• 202 Coast Blvd. #7. Balcony addition, $3,000.

• 1001 Genter St. Remodel maser bathroom, expand pantry, change access to kitchen/dining room; repair windows, electrical, plumbing, $18,000.

• 1600 Ludington Lane. Remove non-historic window, patch to match surrounding area in accordance with Mills Act, $989.

• 7643 Girard Ave. Tenant improvements to create two suites, new bathrooms, upgrade electrical, $7,395.

• 1026 Wall St. Tenant improvement for new restaurant in bank building, no valuation listed.

• 9850 Genesee Ave., Tenant improvements, no valuation listed.

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  3. Building permits sought in La Jolla Jan. 24-28
  4. La Jolla building permit applications Dec. 6-12
  5. La Jolla building permit applications Nov. 15-19

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