ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

What's going up in your neighborhood? Building permits published the week of Jan. 9

Building permits recently filed in Fargo, Moorhead and Dilworth.

BuildingPermits image logo fsa.jpg
We are part of The Trust Project.

Map: Click on dots in the map for more information about each permit.

Fargo

Hands Down Flooring & Tile, 4832 51st Ave. S., residential remodel, $218,245

Great States Construction, 2302 30 ½ Ave. S., commercial remodel, $9,000

102 22nd Ave. N., residential remodel, $4,000

ADVERTISEMENT

RBF Contracting, 24 8th St. N., commercial remodel, $25,000

Dabbert Custom Homes, 7458 24th St. S., residential remodel, $6,000

Dabbert Custom Homes, 7458 24th St. S., residential remodel, $6,000

Dabbert Custom Homes, 7458 24th St. S., residential remodel, $6,000

Dabbert Custom Homes, 7458 24th St. S., residential remodel, $6,000

Kringen Club, 722 2nd Ave. N., commercial remodel, $40,000

Raymond Homes, 3030 Main Ave., new commercial, $215,000

Precision Concrete Cutters, 71 S. Woodcrest Drive N., residential remodel, $5,000

ADVERTISEMENT

Precision Concrete Cutters, 1320 5th ave. N., commercial remodel, $330,000

YTR Drywall and Painting, 5621 53rd Ave. S., commercial remodel, $40,000

RJS Building Systems, 801 25th St. N., new commercial, $302,000

Accent Contracting, 2013 26th Ave. S., residential remodel, $14,000

Architecture Wurks, 412 5th St. N. #504, commercial remodel, $100,000

Moorhead

Spring Prairie Hutterian Brethren, 3018 24th Ave. S., add or alter other building, $100,000

Precision Concrete Cutters, 4334 41st Ave. S., residential remodel, $9,000

ADVERTISEMENT

Remodeling by Foss, 2901 Frontage Road S., add or alter other building, $60,000

Precision Concrete Cutters, 1314 19th Ave. S., residential remodel, $4,000

Window World of Fargo, 3627 7th St. S., residential remodel, $2,864

Dilworth

703 Nicole Lane, residential remodel, $5,000

Minko Construction, 1500 Center Ave. W., commercial remodel, $28,000

ZCON, 107 15th St. N.E., commercial remodel, $200,000

Our newsroom occasionally reports stories under a byline of "staff." Often, the "staff" byline is used when rewriting basic news briefs that originate from official sources, such as a city press release about a road closure, and which require little or no reporting. At times, this byline is used when a news story includes numerous authors or when the story is formed by aggregating previously reported news from various sources. If outside sources are used, it is noted within the story.
What To Read Next
Exclusive
Owners Tim and Elaine Gaslin say a changing market and the 11th Street underpass project prompted them to close their physical location, but they'll still sell CDs and DVDs online.
John Bultman recently received notice from the city of Fargo that the business he has operated for 42 years violates city ordinances and he was given until March 30 to shut down.
Reporter Tammy Swift joins host Thomas Evanella to talk about why new businesses are finding big success in small towns.
City is offering the Moorhead-based craft brewery a package of property tax breaks and economic development funds that approaches $700,000.