Permit Patrol: 30 November 2012

Cash museum space prepared, MetroCenter hotel improvements, Clean Plate rehab, and more...

New venue on 12th

Music venue Anthem will open on 12th Avenue, across from 12th and Porter, after $125,000 in rehab from JB Electrical Engineering & Consulting. The venue is expected to accommodate 1,000 people and includes a mezzanine level with a 400-capacity VIP room, a dive bar, a full kitchen and a 3,000-square-foot staging room. The owners say it could open as soon as Dec. 31.

Cash for the museum

Bacon Construction has the $128,000 contract to rehab 2,367 square feet at Third Avenue and Broadway for the museum portion of the Johnny Cash Museum and Gift Shop. The latter is open for business.

Ford & Harrison at Pinnacle

DWC pulled a $230,000 finish-out permit for 3,000 square feet on the 20th floor of the Pinnacle. Ford & Harrison, a labor and employment law firm, will take the space.

Catering biz on Houston

Carmichael will rehab 8,600 square feet at 423 Houston St. for Clean Plate Club Catering Service. The job totals $250,000.

Room rehab at MetroCenter

The Spring Hill Suites at Metro Center is getting a $702,000 spruce job from American Renovations. The scope of work includes the lobby and guest rooms.

It's a growth industry

Gupton College, a funeral services school, is rehabbing its second floor and elevators. J&H has the $702,000 job.

Centerstone's new digs

Not-for-profit community-based mental health and addiction services provider Centerstone is building a new outpatient facility at its Dede Wallace Campus on White Avenue. Orion will build the 18,000-square-foot facility, a $2.5 million project.

New radiology clinic at Baptist MOB

Tenant has the $1.06 million contract to rehab 5,969 square feet at Baptist's 20th Avenue MOB for Premier Radiology.