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Rapid City collected $35 million in building permits in January 2017.
Rapid City collected $35 million in building permits in January 2017.
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February 10, 2017

Rapid City Posts Second Largest Monthly Permit Valuation in January

Following a record-breaking year for building permits, Rapid City posted its second-largest building permit valuation last month at $35 million, reports KOTA News. The addition of a Culvers Restaurant on Mount Rushmore Road, renovations at 321 Kansas City Street by Pennington County, and new apartments on Tablerock Road were cited as large contributors to January’s valuation.

Last year, Rapid City posted its highest building permit valuation at $320 million. 2011 was the previous record-holder, with $258 million in building permits.

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