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Permit Application Submitted for Prince Avenue Medical Complex, Among Others

Other applications are for a restaurant in the Bottleworks, a pavilion in Oconee Hill and work on Southern Mills.

This is for the proposed medical complex.
This is for the proposed medical complex.
The ACC Planning Department will review permit applications on December 19th for several projects around town.

One plan is for a medical complex redevelopment at 740 Prince Avenue. Currently, there are several one story buildings scattered across 3.9 acres. These would be replaced with new structures. Dr. Thomas Hawk is the contact.  According to government documents:

Request: A permit application has been submitted for review of a medical complex redevelopment on approximately 3.89 acres. The proposal includes demolition of the majority of the existing development, and construction of two new medical office buildings with associated parking and landscaping. Building 1 is approximately 30,350 sq.ft. with two floors. Building 2 is approximately 47,044 sq.ft. with two office floors and parking below. This submittal is for review of the site development plans for the project, including demolition plans, building location, parking lot configuration, driveway access, grading plans, utility plans and landscaping.

Also on Prince, there are plans for renovating space in the Bottleworks for the Seabear Oyster Bar. The contact is architect Katrina Evans. The government documents say:

Request:  A permit application has been submitted in order to complete an interior renovation of restaurant space within the Bottleworks for the Seabear Oyster Bar. Proposed work includes modifications to the interior walls and to the plumbing, gas, HVAC and electrical systems. 

Another plan focuses on Bryan and Oneta Street and building renovations on Millworks. According to the government documents:

Request: A permit application has been submitted for review of the building plans for Millworks, a renovation of vacant mill buildings on approximately 18 acres. A Planned Development for the property was approved by the Mayor and Commission in 2001 and amended in November 2013. Site development plans were submitted in June 2013 and this submittal is for review of the building renovation plans for four buildings, including the construction of residential units, commercial space and event space.

The planning department will also consider a permit application for a pavillon in Oconee Hill Cemetery. The contact is Richard Lane. The documents say:

Request:  A permit application has been submitted in order to construct a 625 square foot pavilion within Oconee Hill Cemetery.


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Canelo Elizondo December 26, 2013 at 12:14 PM
I think that these permits are a good idea. They will help a lot of medical complexes in the State. Regards Rod http://www.allaboutthepipes.com/

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