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Software firm occupies second floor in Park Boulevard building

The software development firm Barefoot Networks gets ready to occupy the second floor of 2151 Park Blvd.

2450 W. Bayshore Road add four flood vents in the foundation, $600

3975 E. Bayshore Road demolish existing slab and pour new pad in warehouse to install Accudyne press machine, $83,983

985 Embarcadero Road residential, 240-square-foot addition to extend the existing bedroom, $38,808

3508 Ross Road re-roof, $10,500

3241 E. Bayshore Road re-roof, $173,369

2452 W. Bayshore Road add four flood vents in the foundation, $600

205 Wilton Ave. residential underpin a portion of the foundation to make the floor level, $15,500

662 Hamilton Ave. add a heat pump on the back patio, $n/a

624 Kendall Ave. bathroom and kitchen remodel, includes removing interior bearing wall, $50,000

280 Everett Ave. replace damaged water line from the water main to the house, work to be done in the public row, $n/a

3959 La Donna Ave. re-roof, $57,268

1125 Channing Ave. re-roof, $14,788

2428 Middlefield Road garage re-roof, $3,598

1650 Bryant St. furnace change out, $n/a

51 Tulip Lane residential furnace replacement and new AC in rear yard, $n/a

2267 Tasso St. residential service upgrade to 200 amps, $n/a

3381 Thomas Drive residential kitchen remodel, $15,000

1811 Fulton St. detached garage re-roof, $n/a

115 Primrose Way install automatic gas shut-off valve, $n/a

2428 Middlefield Road re-roof, $14,392

4153 El Camino Way, Unit #E two-bathroom remodel, $12,128

555 Lytton Ave. trenchless residential sewer line replacement, work to be done in the public row, $n/a

4168 King Arthur's Court re-roof, $19,360

4196 King Arthur's Court re-roof, $14,185

4273 Park Blvd. relocate main electrical panel to adjacent wall, $n/a

2151 Park Blvd. use and occupancy for software development firm Barefoot Networks on second floor, $n/a

3210 Porter Drive 15-1342: 20-percent disabled access and extended demolition to include non-full-height phone rooms, $n/a

Palo Alto building permit information is sourced from the City of Palo Alto Planning & Community Environment Department.

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