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Building permits in Palo Alto

New AC units as winter approaches

Some people are planning ahead by installing new air conditioning units, even though winter is approaching. Scan the rest of the building permits to learn more about what's happening in your neighborhood.

153 Lois Lane residential new AC unit in side yard, $n/a

3770 Louis Road remove two existing furnaces and replace with new furnace in hall closet and associated duct work, $n/a

746 Homer Ave. roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

156 Hamilton Ave. Unit A: use and occupancy only for Mangosteen's Nail & Spa, $n/a

346 College Ave. replace all windows in Units A, B, C, D and E, $19,810

2468 Indian Drive replace main service panel, $n/a

1701 Page Mill Road 13000-03114: revision to ADA egress and exiting, $n/a

1069 Moreno Ave. new attached second dwelling unit with kitchen and bath, includes upgrading and relocating electrical service, $72,000

1050 Page Mill Rd 1 Machine Zone: tenant improvement and use and occupancy for tenant space on two floors, no exterior work, $467,773

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

153 Lois Lane residential new AC unit in side yard, $n/a

3770 Louis Road remove two existing furnaces and replace with new furnace in hall closet and associated duct work, $n/a

746 Homer Ave. roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

156 Hamilton Ave. Unit A: use and occupancy only for Mangosteen's Nail & Spa, $n/a

346 College Ave. replace all windows in Units A, B, C, D and E, $19,810

2468 Indian Drive replace main service panel, $n/a

1701 Page Mill Road 13000-03114: revision to ADA egress and exiting, $n/a

1069 Moreno Ave. new attached second dwelling unit with kitchen and bath, includes upgrading and relocating electrical service, $72,000

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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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