Permit Patrol: 26 November 2008

Health care IT company headed to Palmer Plaza, 12South project moves forward, eateries on Thompson Lane and in Belle Meade, and more...

Core Development is taking the next step in its plans for mixed-use center 12th & Paris. Southland Constructors has pulled permits worth a combined $2.5 million for two apartment buildings totaling 19 units.

Olympian Construction is renovating the building at 930 Eighth Ave. S. for America’s Motor Sports, which is relocating its Nolensville store to this spot just south of the downtown loop. The work is worth $800,000.

Logan’s Roadhouse is working with The Clayton Group to build its 10th area restaurant – and the one closest to its HQ. The 727 Thompson Lane location will be about 6,500 square feet and cost about $730,000 to build.

PBG Builders will rehab a part of the first floor of Meharry Medical College for Delta Dental. The job is valued at $365,000.

Wieck Construction is finishing out space in the Belle Meade Hill Center for Moe’s Southwest Grill. The work is worth $330,000.

Health care IT venture Informatics Corp. of America is preparing to move into about 16,700 square feet of West End’s Palmer Plaza. The company, which is currently housed in the 3410 West End building, has contracted with Harvest Construction to rehab the 10th floor space. The work is valued at $173,000.

Harvest also is handling two other health care jobs: For the Sarah Cannon Research Institute, it is renovating the Atrium building on 25th Avenue North for about $157,000. And at Summit Medical Center, it will overhaul a portion of the first floor for an obstetrics triage area. That project is valued at $121,000.