Permit Patrol: 6 January 2012

Big rehab at Park Plaza, more than $3M in work at Opry Mills, and more...

H3GM's new home

DWC Construction pulled a $1.3 million permit to rehab the 14th and 15th floors of the AT&T Building to prep for Harwell Hyne Gabbert & Manner's big move.

Retail readies at Opry Mills

Mike Whitener Construction will get space ready for Papaya Clothing Store at Opry Mills, a $230,000 job. Commercial Contractors will get Bath and Body Works ready for $652,000. Commercial also has the $387,000 finish-out permit for Express and a $496,000 permit to get Old Navy ready to reopen. Saks Fifth Avenue will come back online after a $400,000 job from S.M. Wilson. Horizon will do the necessary $97,000 to get Famous Footware back in the game. Management Resource will do an undisclosed amount of work to get The Disney Store ready for business. Russell Murray will do $56,000 in post-flood work for Tennessee Sports Fan. Nautica will move back in after $800,000 in rehab from David A. Nice.

...and restaurants, too

David Rains Electric will do $175,000 in, presumably, electrical work to get Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen ready for patrons at Opry Mills and get $125,000 to prepare Green Leafs & Bananas restaurant.

HealthSpring close to ready

The final finish-out permit has been issued to Harvest for HealthSpring's 72,000-square-foot expansion at MetroCenter. The cost is undisclosed.

More HCA space

Harvest also has been given a $632,000 permit to rehab 27,000 square feet of Park Plaza space for HCA.

Small pricetag

Suite 200 at the Sarah Cannon Cancer Research Institute is getting a $200,000 rehab from Flow Construction.

Laying a foundation

Work is underway on Note16, the apartment/office project at 16th & Horton on Music Row. Hathaway has pulled a $494,000 foundation permit.

ServiceSource expansion

The forever-growing local office of ServiceSource, which recently said it plans a big hiring push this year, grows again: DWC will rehab a portion of the seventh floor at 201 4th Avenue for $380,000.