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Building permits in Palo Alto

Remodeling bathrooms, kitchens and more

In these 105 Palo Alto building permits, residents look to update bathroom, kitchens and more. Plus, a few businesses get updates, such as a illuminated sign at Fire, Oak & Barley on California Avenue. Scan the rest of the building permits to learn more about what's happening in your neighborhood.

4049 Sutherland Drive new fan in the attic and new air-conditioning unit in the side yard

2100 El Camino Real revise reinforcing placement

275 Fernando Ave. relocate two skylights and eliminate one skylight

385 Seale Ave. add a crawl space below the dining room

2550 Hanover St. changes required by accessibility walkthrough, includes changes to handrails and exterior path of travel

180 El Camino Real interior steel stair deferred submittal

385 Sherman Ave. revised location for sand oil and grease intercepter, install pump at low side and revised associated structural and plumbing

2417 Park Blvd., Unit C100 technical infeasibility at restroom area

341 California Ave. illuminated wall sign for Fire, Oak & Barley

345 Webster St. electrical service change from overhead to underground

758 Center Drive residential EVSE (NEMA 14-50) and 50-amp circuit

1539 Walnut Drive residential sewer line replacement, no work in the public row

233 Creekside Drive residential bathroom remodel within existing footprint, no exterior work

1542 Channing Ave. demolish cracked wood burning fireplace, patch similar design

986 Elsinore Drive re-roof

112 Primrose Way re-roof

112 Primrose Way garage re-roof

3379 Bryant St. re-roof

150 Cowper St. replace existing furnace

835 Middlefield Road residential service upgrade (done without permit, utility disconnect notice given)

663 Toyon Place re-roof

885 Embarcadero Road re-roof

777 Allen Court re-roof

875 Blake Wilbur Drive revision to add voluntary ADA upgrade to MRI reception, including opening space to corridor, new ceiling and new finishes

455 Margarita Ave. deferred truss design and associated structural change

183 Ferne Ave. roof cleaning and coating

2111 Bowdoin St. re-roof

804 Ross Court re-roof

931 Cowper St. foundation settlement push pier system with concrete

2859 Kipling St. residential sewer: add a cleanout in the middle of the yard, no work in the public right of way

670 E. Meadow Drive The Presbytery of San Jose: replace 4-inch sewer lateral on private property between the two buildings, 100-feet pipe burst. install cleanout by back

3125 Stockton Place single-story addition, remodel and attached garage, includes a tankless water heater

360 Everett Ave. add water proofing of exterior garage walls 4-feet down at perimeter of building, no change to the exterior appearance, no work in the public right of way

285 Hamilton Ave. revision to show line from diversion tank is connected to sanitary sewer and not storm drain

385 Sherman Ave. deferred submittal for interior metal stairs

3460 Hillview Ave. 15-2102, 15-2101: field clarification location equipment

805 Los Trancos Road revision to add radiant tubing, boiler serving radiant heating is electric

951 Oregon Ave. residential sewer line replacement (work in the public row 15str-00224)

663 Newell Road re-roof

905 Ilima Way kitchen and bathroom remodel, includes replacing appliances in the kitchen, moving toilet over by 6-inches

874 Richardson Court replace sewer line via pipe burst

1851 Park Blvd. garage re-roof

3370 Ross Road demolish existing garage

3529 Ramona St. re-roof

3048 Price Court re-roof

3200 Louis Road temporary power

3640 Ross Road revise two window locations and adding one new window

1595 Mariposa Ave. revision to floor joist in area of addition, $n/a

239 Whitclem Court re-roof, $15,000

239 Matadero Ave. rewire entire house, $n/a

705 Encina Grande Drive single-story addition, work includes new tankless water heater, $111,000

3070 Ramona St. temporary power, $n/a

747 Sutter Ave. rebuild deck and stairs, $3,500

821 La Jennifer Way new gas insert, $n/a

958 Addison Ave. add a beam above the second-floor bedroom and posts, no changes to the exterior, $n/a

3365 Cowper St. new gas insert, $n/a

4093 Ben Lomond Drive new gas insert, $n/a

940 Los Robles Ave. remove wood-burning fireplace and install gas insert, flue to be removed, $n/a

2191 E. Bayshore Road Fusion: electrical for illuminated sign, $n/a

2231 South Court new skylight on roof facing rear yard, $2,025

3845 Mumford Place revise bathroom layout, eliminate two windows in guest room and make one nonoperable, change three doors from pocket doors to swing doors, $n/a

3601 South Court replace in garage, $n/a

1385 College Ave. re-roof, $9,000

863 Moreno Ave. single-story addition, $62,500

4030 Wilkie Way bedroom and bathroom addition to existing single-family residence, $72,000

659 Glenbrook Drive install one replacement patio door with one retrofit vinyl patio door, $1,948

420 Sequoia Ave. window replacement of two windows in the master bedroom on the second floor, $9,300

855 California Ave. structural revisions to air handler unit framing (from wood to steel), $n/a

253 Margarita Ave. demolish existing detached garage, $n/a

559 College Ave. use and occupancy only for new tenant Wund3rKid, $n/a

253 Margarita Ave. single-family, single-story addition, remodel includes electric service upgrade to 200 amps in new location, complete window retrofit, and new tankless water heater, $135,000

317 University Ave. existing tenant Iconiq, includes remodel to create new office space and conference rooms, $141,711

253 Margarita Ave. new detached garage with attached carport, $25,000

262 Kingsley Ave. temporary power, $n/a

879 Rorke Way re-roof, $15,820

1555 Edgewood Drive re-roof, $24,800

860 Miranda Green St. re-roof, $14,000

1090 McGregor Way remodel 11 windows and two sliders, $19,800

1730 University Ave. revision to the structural framing, $n/a

3351 Kipling St. re-roof, $12,000

2380 Waverley St. re-roof, $25,000

2335 Waverley St. install Level 2 Tesla EVSE at driveway, $n/a

2200 Geng Road restroom remodel for common area, $135,000

1060 Palo Alto Ave. install two Level 2 EVSE units at garage off existing sub-panel, $n/a

3230 South Court replace tank water heater in the same location, $n/a

427 College Ave. red-tagged gas leak repair at carport, $n/a

879 Rorke Way install 14 PV panels, $n/a

444 San Antonio Ave., Unit #4A Unit 4A: replace furnace in the same location, $n/a

3110 David Ave. addition of a bedroom, bath, laundry room and play room, $47,245

644 Seneca St. installation of a ductless split system condenser outside and an air handler in the closet, $n/a

425 Ferne Ave. emergency gas leak repair, $n/a

400 Hamilton Ave. Fourth floor: interior nonstructural demolition permit, $n/a

135 Hamilton Ave. revision to storm drain alignment, $n/a

4151 Baker Ave. re-roof, $11,995

3789 Redwood Circle re-roof, $13,800

1544 Walnut Drive revised inverter, $n/a

800 High St., Unit# 118 replace rooftop condenser, $n/a

156 University Ave. revised restroom layout, $n/a

979 Moreno Ave. replace boiler in the same location, $n/a

4009 Miranda Ave. existing tenant office improvement for new closet storage, $16,500

545 N California Ave. install gas insert into existing wood-burning fireplace, damper must be removed or welded open, $n/a

3939 Louis Road install ductless heat pump and fan coil in living room, dedicated circuit to unit, $n/a

3618 Bryant St. roof cleaning and coating, $6,370

1087 Fife Ave. kitchen remodel within the existing footprint, $18,192

101 Miramonte Ave. two-bathroom remodel within existing footprint, $12,000


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

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