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$3 million in business development coming to Coast

What had been a Backyard Burgers on Pass Road in Biloxi will become one of two Sonic restaurants in Mississippi to offer indoor seating.
What had been a Backyard Burgers on Pass Road in Biloxi will become one of two Sonic restaurants in Mississippi to offer indoor seating. meperez@sunherald.com File

Restaurants and a grocery store in Pascagoula are among the new businesses opening across South Mississippi. The Treen Report shows building permits were issued during the past two weeks for these commercial projects:

▪  $1.4 million: New building at 1220 U.S. 90, Bay St. Louis. Owner is HSC Bay St. Louis and contractor is Fulcrum Construction Group of Daphne, Alabama

▪  $500,000: Grocery store at 5656 Telephone Road, Pascagoula. Owner is Shoppers Value and contractor is PPM Centers, Lafayette, Louisiana

▪  $412,000: New church foundation at 606 Tennessee St., Gulfport. Owner is The Nourishing Place and contractors are WC Builders of Gulfport

▪  $285,000: Renovation at shopping center at 11312 U.S. 49, Gulfport. Owner is Gulf/Orange Grove Association and contractor is Jim Wood Co. of Little Rock, Arkansas

▪  $175,000: Renovation of a restaurant at 2415 Pass Road, Biloxi, into a Sonic Drive-In. Owner is Cary Harvey and contractor is Horizon General Contractors, Fort Worth, Texas

▪  $150,000: Site work at 11485 Hillcrest Road, Gulfport. Owner is Danton Maguire and contractor is Greater Gulf Development, Gulfport

▪  $149,000: Renovation of a building at 10573 U.S. 49, Gulfport, for Firehouse Subs. Owner is Jason Dalton and contractor is Markle Construction, Ocean Springs

▪  $46,000: Renovation of fire-damaged apartments at 616 U.S. 90, Waveland. Owner is Gates of Coral Bay. Teddy Bears Restoration of Gulfport is contractor

▪  $25,000: Renovation of doughnut shop at 12449 U.S. 49, Gulfport. Owner is Chang Ty and VU General Contractors of Pass Christian is contractor

In addition to these commercial permits totaling $3.1 million, permits were issued for 41 new homes in the last two weeks in Harrison and Hancock counties and 10 in Jackson County.

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