City Issues Permits for Projects Totaling $1.15 Billion Between Oct.-Dec. 2018

The City of Arlington issued permits for more than $39 million in new residential housing construction and permits for more than $978 million in non-residential new construction during the last three months of 2018, according to the latest Quarterly Growth Profile.

The Quarterly Growth Profile provides basic growth statistics and is produced by the City of Arlington’s Office of Strategic Initiatives. The publication includes population growth, new construction and housing changes within The American Dream City.

In all, 1,886 permits for projects totaling $1.15 billion were issued by the City between Oct. 1, 2018, and Dec. 31, 2018. These permits ranged from new homes being built in the Viridian master planned community in north Arlington to a new frozen custard stop in South Arlington, as well as new multifamily housing units, commercial and residential remodeling projects, swimming pools, fences, signs and accessory buildings across the city.

While the total volume of issued permits fell by 24.6 percent from the previous quarter, the overall value of the permits increased by 607 percent when compared to the same time period.


2 thoughts on “City Issues Permits for Projects Totaling $1.15 Billion Between Oct.-Dec. 2018”

  1. I would like to know what exactly is going on with the fire Marshall and all of the people who have been coming to the caravan motor inn located at 908 east division street. Is this property being closed? The residents here are all asking questions but no one is giving any real answers. It’s all the fire Marshall this and the fire Marshall that. I live here and would like a honest and truthful answer, thank you kindly.

    1. Thank you so much for the question, Joseph. The City of Arlington is working with the property owner to evaluate the safety of a portion of this property.

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