New construction projects in Henderson totaled  million last month

New construction projects in Henderson totaled $3 million last month

Several new home-building projects and commercial remodeling work in April resulted in the most robust month for issuance of city and county building permits this year.

Nearly $3.1 million of construction value was authorized last month, including about $1.5 million issued by both the city and county codes offices. That was up from a total of just $1.1 million in April 2020, a figure that was depressed by the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic.

So far this year, permits valued at $10.3 million have been issued, up from $7.2 million during the same period in 2020.

Six single-family housing starts were recorded in April — three each in the city and county — compared with a total of four in April 2020.

So far this year, permits have been issued for constructing 21 new homes, up from 20 during the same period last year.

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Commercial remodeling projects last month included:

  • A $150,000 permit to 424OH LLC for remodeling the former Dollar General store at 213 Second St.
  • A $1,000 permit to Kenzie Gentry for remodeling a portion of the former O’Daniels flower shop building at 127 N. Elm St. for her K.T.’s Barbershop.
  • Three permits totaling $78,000 for remodeling work at Circle K convenience stores at 945 Barret Blvd., 2336 S. Green St. and 3113 U.S. 41-North.
  • A $150,000 permit to Ellis Park Entertainment at 3820 U.S. 41-North to construct a covered building for manure storage.

Here are building permits issued last month by the city and county:

April 2021 building permits


Commercial accessory: O. Carter and Dena B. Wilkerson, 99 Kentucky 2084-North, $35,000.

Commercial remodeling: 4242OH LLC, 213 Second St., $150,000; Circle K Midwest, 945 Barret Blvd., $24,500; Circle K Midwest, 2336 S. Green St., $29,000; Circle K Midwest, 3113 U.S. 41-North, $15,000; and Kenzie Gentry, 127 N. Elm St., $1,000.

Commercial demolition: Hazex Construction Co. Inc., 1805 Cresline Dr., $4,625.

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