Permit Patrol: 8 April 2011

New life at old Zola spot, churches clean up after weather woes, Vandy greeks get new digs, and more...

Churches weather the storm

It's going to cost $325,000 to fix Smith Springs Church of Christ, damaged in the late February storms. Beech Construction has the permit. Priest Lake Presbyterian, which is also on Smith Springs Road, will get a rehab, too. Belfor will handle that $425,000 post-storm fix.

Greek swap

The former Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house on Vanderbilt University's campus will be repurposed for use by the sisters of Pi Beta Phi. Wieck will handle the $331,000 job for the Kensington Place house.

Lumber wholesaler needs new concrete floor

A warehouse at 700 Myatt Drive will get a brand new floor — a $438,000 surface from Contec — as part of a conversion for use by BlueLynx, a lumber wholesaler spun out of Georgia-Pacific seven years ago.

Sav-A-Lot spends-a-lot

The Sav-A-Lot store at 5404 Charlotte Ave. is getting some interior work. Biscan will handle the $244,000 for the Richland Creek Shopping Center grocery.

Zola's replacement

The former site of renowned Nashville eatery Zola at 3001 West End will again be a restaurant. Taziki's Restaurant — a small Greek chain out of Huntsville — is self-permitting for $5,000 in work.