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Zooming in: A look at the construction projects in your El Paso neighborhood

Zooming in: A look at the construction projects in your El Paso neighborhood
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By Hoodline - Published on October 31, 2019.

Wondering what buildings are coming down or going up in El Paso? Local building permit data can shine a light on what's under construction near you.

In the past week, the city issued 12 building permits, according to data from BuildZoom, a platform that helps homeowners and businesses with new construction and remodels.

Six of those permits were for new building construction, five were for demolition projects and one was for repairs and renovations.

Read on for a selection of the most noteworthy new permits.

Residential Permits

New Construction

  • Applicant Desert View Construction Inc. was issued a permit for new construction of a residential structure costing $1,604 at 2228 Thawline Place.
  • Applicant Desert View Construction Inc. was issued a permit for new construction of a residential structure costing $1,239 at 7325 Frostline Place.
  • Contractor Accent Homes LLC was issued a permit for new construction of a residential structure costing $1,604 at 6501 Tama St.
  • Applicant Desert View Construction Inc. was issued a permit for new construction of a residential structure costing $1,197 at 7309 Frostline Place

Demolitions, Renovations and Repairs

  • Applicant El Paso Real Estate Consultants received a permit for demolition of a structure costing $123 at 343 Zaragoza Road.
    The permit defines the project's work scope as: "Total demolition of two structures."
  • Contractor Rm Demolition Inc. received a permit for demolition of a structure costing $240 at 2423 Mayfield Terrace St.
    In the permit, the work scope is described as: "Demolition of 6,000 sq. feet. Concrete slab."
  • Fuenco Contractors was issued a permit for demolition of a residential structure costing $121 at 616 Medina St.
    The work is described as: "1755 sq. feet demolition."

This story was created automatically using local building data from BuildZoom, then reviewed and augmented by an editor. Click here for more about what we're doing.

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