Downtown’s skyscape continues to be dominated by the cranes and equipment hovering over the Tenth and Broadway Apartments, a $7.8 million, six-story mixed use building that is replacing the former U.S. Bank building at 1001 E. Broadway.
The new structure will have retail space on the first floor and five floors of apartments above it. The property is owned by Discovery Development LLC. Construction is under the direction of Central States Construction. The building will also have covered parking and 65 one-bedroom apartments.
A commercial multi-family building permit for the 53,118-square-foot project was issued in October 2022. The old U.S. Bank building was demolished last fall to make way for the new structure. The city’s planning department listed the project as 69 percent completed as of Aug. 7.
Looking at the overall building permit picture, the city issued 223 permits in July with a valuation of $12,698,032. The bulk of the permits were for reroofing projects (180 permits with a valuation of $4.69 million). There were 17 single-family residential construction permits issued with a valuation of $6.17 million. That compares to 14 single-family residential construction permits issued in June (a valuation of $7.68 million) and 14 such permits issued in July 2022 at a valuation of $4.78 million.
Other major projects already receiving permits and/or under construction include:
Spartan Pointe consists of two, identical 24-unit, three-story apartment complexes at 2104 and 2100 Battle Avenue near Battle Elementary School. Both apartment complexes will be 29,169- square-feet. The city planning department placed a valuation of $4.44 million on each for a combined $8.8 million.
Those commercial multi-family building permits were issued on March 14, 2023. The property owner is Spartan Pointe, L.P. The general contractor is Fairway Development.
The fees for the permit, sewer connection, and other required costs — paid by the developer — totaled $48,764.
Discovery Park Dermatology Clinic
The clinic is being accommodated with a 16,000-square-foot, $755,360 commercial building alteration at 4230 Philips Farm Road, Suite 201. The project is an interior tenant buildout of a second floor, two-story building leased by the University of Missouri to serve as a dermatology clinic.
The building permit was issued in April 2013. The property owner is Discovery Development LLC and general contractors for the project are Sircal Contracting Inc. and Troy Pinkerton. Fees for the permit, plan review, and sewer connection totaled $12,149.
Columbia SDA Church
A more than 5,200-square-foot addition and renovation of the Columbia Seventh-day Adventist Church at 1100 College is in progress.
The project has a valuation of $774,533. The general contractor is Marc Bales. Permit, plan review, and development fees totaled $5,238. The church also had to get a floodplain development permit for the project.