Maricopa Animal Hospital, being constructed at 20035 N. John Wayne Parkway, received its commercial permit. The 3,998-square-foot structure, being constructed by TWC Design Build, is valued at $1.2 million. It also was permitted for onsite improvements.
PHT Property Holdings is putting in a 4,344-square-foot shell building at 41664 W. Smith-Enke Road. The project, under contractor Anson L. Call Builders, is valued at $586,397. It will include an audiologist’s office, which received a permit for commercial tenant improvement.
Subway, 21116 N. John Wayne Parkway, Suite B6, pulled a permit for major electrical work involving the removal of table lights and ceiling fans.
The construction site of the county complex, 19975 N. Wilson Ave., received a permit for temporary power for a state-approved modular.
Meritage Homes is putting in two commercial shade structures at 22870 N. Chase Drive in The Lakes at Rancho El Dorado.
In its continuing effort to transform an area of the Heritage District, the City of Maricopa pulled a demolition permit for a structure at 44491 W. Stagecoach Lane.
New and pending structures received permits for sprinkler systems, including Iconic Tire and Riliberto’s, neighboring businesses at 19945 N. John Wayne Parkway.
Richmond American Homes received a temporary use permit for a model home complex on Daniel Drive in The Lakes.
Construction began on Bahama Buck’s on the east end of the Walmart parking lot. Construction continued for John Wayne Self-Storage next to the new AAMCO building on John Wayne Parkway.
This item appears in the July issue of InMaricopa.