Apartment rebuild, new home top city's building starts last month new building starts
A new, two-story home at Aho's Harvest Village was among the significant new building starts in Sunnyside during the month of September.
October 04, 2012
New building starts in Sunnyside continue to be on the upswing as during the month of September, officials here gave the green-light for 30 new projects with a combined valuation of $957,894.
The nearly $1 million in new building starts was paced by two large projects. One was a new, single-family home at Aho's Harvest Village development. The two-story, 2,364 square-foot home, at 1301 Grape Lane, has a valuation of $249,286. It generated $3,030 in permit fees for the city of Sunnyside.
The single largest project approved last month was to rebuild an eight-plex multi-family development on an existing foundation. That $576,275 project is at 910 E. Harrison Ave. and the permit lists Integrity Restoration of Zillah as the contractor.
Sunnyside city coffers netted $5,943 in fees for the eight-plex rebuild.
Also in September, building officials gave the okay for seven re-roof projects with a combined valuation of nearly $26,000.
The 30 projects permitted last month provided a combined total of $14,560 in permit fees for the city of Sunnyside.