La Jolla building permits

Permits submitted to the city’s Development Services Office from May 31 to June 3:

911 La Jolla Rancho Road. Raise entire roof level, change to flat roof by demolishing some exterior walls, extending others; extend bedroom in front of house. No valuation listed.

1565 Virginia Way. Remove window, French doors and wall between to create opening; three sliding doors in living room that open to patio, $50,000.

7932 Ivanhoe Ave. Tenant improvements to convert retail shop to beauty shop. $59,360.

542 Gravilla Place. Construct pool with water feature. $30,800.

6705 Neptune Place. Replace four windows, $4,000.

2071 Via Ladeta. Enclose existing patio cover. $16,897.

1230 Via Barranca. Replace seven windows, three doors and siding. No valuation listed.

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