Permit Patrol: 6 May 2013

Law firm on the move downtown, more Gulch mixed-use work, two new booze buildings, and more...

Gulch apartments a go

Dunn has been issuedd a $32 million permit to frame Ray Hensler's Laurel Apartments and retail project at 1200 Laurel Ave. in The Gulch.

Smooth as Tennessee whiskey...

Beechtree Distillery is self-permitting rehab on 2,500 square feet at 3628 Trousdale Ave. Their tasting room and retail space will cost $12,000.

...with a beer back

Powell will rehab 13,176 square feet at 809 Ewing Ave. for Tennessee Brew Works brewery and tasting room. The job comes in at $200,000.

Start on HeadStart

The Douglas HeadStart is getting a new home via $3.5 million in work from Bomar. The one-story building has 11 pre-school and two HeadStart classrooms.

Parking at Belmont

R.C. Mathews has the $1.5 million contract to add two floors to the Thrailkill Parking Garage at Belmont University.

Constangy moving up

Flow Construction will rehab 7,231 square feet on SunTrust Plaza's 10th floor for law firm Constangy Brooks & Smith, which is now housed on the building's seventh floor. The job comes in at $245,000.

Young Williams at MetroCenter

Harvest Construction will rehab 14,670 square feet on the third-floor of 44 Vantage Way for Young Williams. The job totals $160,000.