La Jolla Building Permits: June27-July 1

Permit applications submitted to the city’s office of Development services June 27-July 1:

6701 La Jolla Scenic Drive. Construct pool and spa. No valuation listed.

8484 La Jolla Shores Drive. Remove existing single-family residence. $12,500.

8825 Villa La Jolla Drive. Seismic upgrade for existing grocery/retail store. No valuation listed.

1900 Spindrift Drive. New site walls. No valuation listed.

265 Coast Blvd. Build a freestanding structure to house electrical meters. No valuation listed.

7401 Caminito Bassano W. Add bay windows, remodel master suite, add sunroom. No valuation listed.

8123 Paseo del Ocaso. Re-roof. $10,000.

7807 Girard Ave. Tenant improvement for second floor of bank building. $8,000.

723 Pearl St. Exhaust hood for restaurant. No valuation listed.

1270 Prospect St. Complete inspection and construction changes for Eddy V’s restaurant. $639,590.

11149 N. Torrey Pines Road. Tenant improvements in existing R&D building. $136,600.

9900 Genesee Ave. Demolish existing office building. $50,000.

3366 N. Torrey Pines Court, Tenant improvements in existing office building.


1001 Genter St. Interior remodel bathrooms, dining, bedroom. $20,000.

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