Angela Mattson of Buff City Soap. Photo by Kyle Norby

Business and development activity in Maricopa Nov. 16-Dec. 15.

Wade Jurney Homes received administrative design review of five plans for 53 lots in the Alterra subdivision.

Volkswagen, continuing to construct its charging station at its facility at 17169 N. Murphy Road, received commercial permits for a small office and a bathroom.

Pinal County’s project to expand its court and administrative complex at 19955 N. Wilson Ave. was allowed right of way for potholing to determine future utilities.

Buff City Soap opened its doors Dec. 14 at 21101 N. John Wayne Parkway.

Forestar Real Estate Group received subdivision improvement permits for three parcels in Rancho Mirage Estates.

The former Pet Club at 21145 N. John Wayne Parkway received a commercial tenant improvement permit to expand as a boarding facility and 24/7 pet hospital as Exceptional Pets Maricopa.

AAMCO Total Car Care, being constructed at 20215 N. John Wayne Parkway, and the new fire department administration building at 45695 W. Edison Road check out on automatic fire sprinkler systems. Sacate Pellet Mill’s northside hay company installed a sprinkler system in its office, 38743 W. Cowtown Road.

Global Water Resources received a permit for “minor interior alterations” at its office, 22590 N. Powers Parkway, a project valued in city paperwork at $680,000.

This item appears in the January issue of InMaricopa.