Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Southeast Valley permit figures - Arizona Republic

A new permitting-process model with efficiencies suggested by Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio of Ahwatukee could become a model for the Southeast Valley region.

Here is a roundup of permit figures for the Southeast Valley communities.

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Above: Projects in the Southeast Valley include, from left, apartments in Chandler, a structure near a Gilbert hospital, a Mesa restaurant and a Tempe beer garden.

SE VALLEY PERMIT NUMBERS

Chandler | Gilbert | Mesa | Tempe

Above: Projects in the Southeast Valley include, from left, apartments in Chandler, a structure near a Gilbert hospital, a Mesa restaurant and a Tempe beer garden.

CHANDLER

Through mid September, Chandler has granted 528 permits of all types during fiscal 2012-13.

>> Commercial, new builds: 6.

>> Commercial, tenant improvements: 289.

>> Residential, new builds: 92.

>> Residential, miscellaneous improvements: 141.

In fiscal 2011-12, Chandler granted 5,331 permits of all types.

>> Commercial, new builds: 29.

>> Commercial, tenant improvements: 1,709.

>> Residential, new builds: 659.

>> Residential, miscellaneous improvements: 2,275.

Above: Projects in the Southeast Valley include, from left, apartments in Chandler, a structure near a Gilbert hospital, a Mesa restaurant and a Tempe beer garden.

GILBERT

Through August, Gilbert has issued 3,060 permits of any kind in 2012.

>> Residential, new build: 1,910.

>> Residential, other (additions, swimming pools): 656.

>> Commercial, new build: 111.

>> Commercial tenant improvement: 138.

>> Other: 245.

During the same period in 2011, Gilbert issued 1,946 permits.

>> Residential, new build: 1,019.

>> Residential, other (additions, swimming pools): 511.

>> Commercial, new build: 126.

>> Commercial tenant improvement: 98.

>> Other: 192.

Above: Projects in the Southeast Valley include, from left, apartments in Chandler, a structure near a Gilbert hospital, a Mesa restaurant and a Tempe beer garden.

MESA

Mesa's monthly building permits have climbed steadily over the past year and a half, from a low of 95 in February 2011 to 283 this past May.

Permits include everything from demolitions and minor jobs with no valuation to multimillion-dollar factory projects.

The most lucrative area from month to month typically is home construction. Other areas with high valuations are commercial buildings and commercial additions and remodels.

>> In 2011, Mesa issued 1,728 permits of all types. Of those, 523 were for single-family homes.

>> Through August of this year, the city had issued 1,466 total permits, including 556 for single-family homes.

Above: Projects in the Southeast Valley include, from left, apartments in Chandler, a structure near a Gilbert hospital, a Mesa restaurant and a Tempe beer garden.

TEMPE

Tempe's monthly building permits peaked in March at 113, and, for the most part, have shown improvement over last year.

Permits include everything from minor residential or commercial alterations or additions to multi-million dollar apartments.

>> In 2011, Tempe issued 875 permits of all types. Of those, 19 were for single-family homes, one for a 56-unit apartment and 12 separate permits for one 224-unit apartment.

>> Through July of this year, Tempe issued 566 permits, including 28 for single-family homes, one for a 269-unit apartment and one for a 279-unit apartment.

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