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Building permits are gathered periodically from the city of Palo Alto's website.

333 Stanford Ave. Replace water heater

302 Ramona St. Replace water heater

912 Cowper St. Residential photovoltaic module flush-mount system.

850 Middlefield Road Tenant improvement, Eric Kwons, D.D.S. Conversion of private office into treatment room in existing dental office. Add one sink and one electrical outlet.

3225 and 3227 Alma St. Demolish furnace and associated ducts at carport and install attic furnace a both units. $9,350.

3225 and 3227 Alma St. Replace all windows in one-story duplex, including 11 windows and two sliding doors. $24,000.

575 High St. Salesforce: update electrical infrastructure in three conference rooms and open office area.

4246 Nobel St. Install Level 2 electric vehicle chargers in garage.

2422 South Court Remove/replace gas water heater

209 Hamilton Ave. Use and occupancy for "Tinder, LLC" tp occupy the entire second floor (9,000 sf). $1,486,710.

380 Oxford Ave. New detached arbor (169 sf). $7,806.

3540 South Court New electrical work for chandelier in dining room.

746 Josina Ave. Temporary power pole.

451 Wilton Ave. Reinforce roof structure, install associated foundation.

701 Tennyson Ave. Install electrical charger inside garage.

5061 Skyline Blvd. New one-story single-family home (1,500 sf) with attached garage (232 sf). $272,068.

3075 Hansen Way Existing tenant, Bank of America, interior remodel first floor, including new partition walls, electrical and heating and ventilation. Area of work 2,372 sf. No exterior work. $350,000.

532 Channing Ave., Unit #203 Removal of wet bar and cap off plumbing in area. $150.

613 Stanford Ave. Residential single-story addition (984 sf) and rebuild (1,216 sf). Scope of work includes new unfinished basement (2,201 sf) and service upgarde to 200 amps.

1163 Guinda St. Upgrade main panel to 200 amps.

880 North California Ave. Kitchen remodel, removing nonstructural wall, one window (to make a bay window) (292 sf). $25,000.

900 Blake Wilbur Drive Crown Castle: temporarily relocate rooftop antennas, then once new screening wall is built, relocate antennas to new screen wall. $56,000.

635 Homer Ave. Install roof-mounted photovoltaic system.

800 High St. #106 Repair water damage. Remove and replace affected drywall. Install vanity, toilet, kitchen appliances. $139,247.

520 Sand Hill Road Ronald McDonald House: add partial-height walls to create play structures. $2,500.

740 Mayview Ave. Water heater replacement.

899 East Charleston Road Construct new free-standing canopy and associated landscape work in condominium complex common area. $24,000. 290 Matadero Ave. New one-story single-family residence (1,754 sf) with attached garage (520 sf) and covered porch (54 sf). Upgrade panel to 200 amps, install tankless water heater. $330,019.

749 DeSoto Drive Demolish existing single-family residence.

— Palo Alto Weekly Staff

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