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Senior communities top commercial permits in 2013
by Tom Spigolon
February 25, 2014 03:27 PM | 1877 views | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Two developments targeting seniors were the top non-residential projects permitted in 2013 in Paulding County, according to county government records.

The highest-valued building permits for non-residential structures filed with the Paulding County Community Development Department include:

- The Legacy at Walton Mill on Wendy Bagwell Parkway in eastern Hiram was the highest-valued building permit in 2013 at $12.2 million.

The permit was issued in October.

The 105-unit complex will be reserved for residents ages 55 and up. Marietta-based Walton Communities is the developer.

- Assisted Living at Cedarcrest was permitted in April at a cost of $5.5 million at 2351 Cedarcrest Road in northeast Paulding.

- Interroll Dynamic Storage conveyor system production company at 159 Corporate Drive in Hiram. The permit was issued in April for $3.88 million.

- Remodel of Paulding County School District’s Union Elementary School at 206 Ga. Hwy. 101 South. The permit was issued in May for $1 million.

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