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Project Update:On The Boards

  • Drawings of the Salinas Transit Center have been started to relocate Greyhound to the existing building. The owner is the City of Salinas.
  • Construction drawings are underway for an addition to the “White House” on Alisal Street in Salinas.
  • Construction drawings are progressing for a prefabricated office building for the Garden of Memories in Salinas. A Conditional Use Permit is also being pursued.

Processing Permits

  • A building permit is being pursued for an ADA restroom retrofit at the El Gabilan Library in north Salinas.
  • A building permit has been secured for renovations at the Community Center at Harden Ranch Apartments, Salinas. CHISPA is the owner.
  • A building permit is being processed for renovations at the historic Wall Street Inn, Watsonville, CA.
  • A building permit is being processed for a two-story education building for Liberty Chapel, Soledad, CA.

Under Construction

  • The conversion of an historic residence into offices for Yuki Farms, on Rt. 68 near Salinas, is about 98% complete. Don Desmond is the general contractor.
  • A home addition in north Salinas is being built by McIntosh Construction.

Recently Built

  • A new office building near Ryan Ranch in Monterey, CA, is complete with most the tenant space leased.
  • A home addition in south Salinas was recently finished by Baggett Construction.
  • A new “caretaker unit” in Prunedale, CA, was built by Gourley Construction.
  • The first phase of construction of seventy-three new bungalows is underway in Spreckels, CA. The homebuilder is the Northern California Division of Standard Pacific Homes. Tom Carleton has worked with SP as a design consultant to match the new homes to the Craftsman style of existing homes in this historic town. Six models will vary from a one-story 1,300 sq. ft. plan to a two-story 2,870 sq. ft. plan.

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