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Building permits in Palo Alto

Four Stevenson House mentions

PASHPI Financials/Stevenson House get four mentions in this list of 16 building permits. Scan the rest of the building permits to learn more about what's happening in your neighborhood.

1505 Dana Ave. remodel includes restroom, $24,000

1535 Castilleja Ave. re-roof, $9,000

455 Charleston Road PASHPI Financials/Stevenson House: Building A and B construction underpinning, $35,000

1029 Ramona St. residential PV system, $n/a

770 Mayview Ave. demolish house, $n/a

1796 Hamilton Ave. remodel, includes kitchen and bathroom remodel, new french door entry, window replacement throughout, add new half bath on ground floor, $80,000

951 Lincoln Ave. re-roof, $7,800

2300 Geng Road Suite 150 tenant improvement and use and occupancy for new tenant Actian Corp., includes new non-load bearing walls and ADA complaint sink, $198,000

2497 Ross Road residential roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

770 Mayview Ave. new single-family residence, new attached garage, includes new tankless water heater, $608,943

4001 Miranda Ave. Nest: tenant improvement for new cafeteria, includes new partitions, ceilings, finishes, plumbing and electrical fixtures, no exterior work, $4,000,000

455 Charleston Road PASHPI Financials/ Stevenson House: Building B: voluntary seismic upgrade, remodel 32 living units (see 14000-02073 for workflow), $3,000,000

455 Charleston Road PASHPI Financials/ Stevenson House: Building A: voluntary seismic upgrade, remodel 59 living units, and convert existing hallway on third floor to lounge/office, sitework/landscaping to bring accessible parking lot and walkways into compliance, $7,000,500

2768 Byron St. permit canceled by owner Oct. 2 gas line repair, $n/a

150 Southwood Drive residential addition and remodel of kitchen, dining and laundry room, includes relocating existing window in bedroom, $46,407

455 Charleston Road PASHPI Financials/ Stevenson House: Building C: voluntary seismic upgrade, remodel 29 living units (see 14000-02073 for workflow), $2,500,000

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

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