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Corpus Christi projects hit rapid pace at hospitals, schools, retailCorpus Christi projects hit rapid pace at hospitals, schools, retailhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=128852016-04-18T05:00:00Z2016-04-18T19:00:00Z

​CORPUS CHRISTI - Nearly $34 million!

That's the value of a slate of newly submitted and permitted project city officials reviewed during the first week of April, and the developments are planned for a bevy of industries across the city.

The headliner project on the weekly list is a rehabilitation hospital destined for 345 S. Water St., which received the permit required for work on about $11.3 million of the approximately $23 million build. Construction is expected to take about a year.

Two other notable projects that received permits for construction earlier this month.

  • signs and operations shop for the City of Corpus Christi at 5352 Ayers St.—$2.3 million
  • new shopping center at 7002 S. Staples St.—$875,000

The new projects' list, which includes newly submitted and recently updated plans, includes proposals valued at $1 million or more.

  • new primary and elementary library at the Flour Bluff Independent School District—$4 million
  • utility relocation project for Christus Spohn—$1.7 million
  • new Stripes store located at 5425 Old Brownsville Rd.—$1 million
  • finishing out for H&M in La Palmera mall—$1.8 million​
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