La Jolla building permits: Sept. 26-30.

Permit applications submitted to city’s Development Services Office Sept. 26-30.

7790 Via Capri. Add two decks at pool area. No valuation listed.

7979 Ivanhoe Ave. Remove two toilets to make ADA compliant in existing office building. $23,100.

8650 Kilbourn Drive. Add spa. No valuation listed.

10596 North Torrey Pines Road. Mechanical upgrade to office and lab suites; replace exterior facade, windows at selected suites. $650,000.

6005 Avenida Cresta. Build swimming pool. No valuation listed.

1405 Inspiration Drive. Build new pool and spa. $48,510.

6672 Avenida Andorra. Build pool and spa. $42,350.

729 Archer St. Build new three-story, four-bedroom, three-bath home with carport and decks. No valuation listed.

5346 Vickie Drive. Build room addition and patio enclosure. No valuation listed.

2342 Bahia Drive. Structural retrofit: install concrete caissons and concrete bem under concrete slab; replace window with additional shear wall; add straps on first floor window headers. No valuation listed.

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