(Advocate file photo).

(Advocate file photo).

Building permit values in Red Deer continue to increase in October

Building permit values in the City of Red Deer increased in October over the same time last year.

There were 76 approved permits last month, valued at $5.4 million. This compares with 73 permits totalling $4.2 million that were issued in October 2021

Year-to-date building permit values remain higher in 2022, with current values at $143 million compared with $91 million last year.

Notable permits include: paint work at 6740-65 Ave. valued at $1.3 million, interior renovations to 72 Calder St., valued at $894,000, the construction of a $261,000 new detached dwelling at 61 Noble Ave., and tenant improvements at 1217-2827 30 Ave., valued at $200,000

A permit was also issued for new $177,000 detached dwelling with uncovered rear deck and basement development at 4706-57 St.

October permits kept pace with the 76 building permits that were issued in the city in September

From January to September, a total of 793 permits were issued in Red Deer for a combined total of $143.6 million.

Of these, 183 were for commercial projects ($60.7 million value), 22 were for industrial projects ($4.9 million value) and 56 were for residential projects ($27.3 million value).

There were also four public service projects worth $50.6 million.

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