|Written by Business Journal staff|
|Wednesday, 15 September 2010 10:59|
|The latest building permit report by Construction Monitor shows that single-family home building in the Central San Joaquin Valley crossed the $300 million mark by Sept. 9.The weekly publication says this year in the region, 1,693 single-family housing permits were granted with a value of $303,992,369. Centex Homes remained the lead builder with 132 homes being erected this year at a value of $22,718,469.K. Hovnanian Homes and Wathen-Castanos Inc. each had 117 homes being erected this year, the former with a value of $19,241,323 and the latter with a value of $18,075,020.
Commercial construction was up only slightly from the previous week, the report said, with a year-to-date project value of $230,805,920.
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