Nearly $4 million in major projects reviewed, under way, completed in Rome/Floyd County in February. Included: Restaurants, healthcare, other businesses.

Nearly $4 million in major projects reviewed, under way, completed in Rome/Floyd County in February. Included: Restaurants, healthcare, other businesses.

 

The former car wash on Turner McCall, picked on Feb. 12, is a heap of rubble today as construction is pending on a drive-through Little Caesar’s replacing the former East Rome location. Hometown photo.

 

This has been a busy year for the staff of the building department in Rome and Floyd County. A review of all permits between Feb. 5 and March 7 shows some major projects under way or completed in addition to single-family home construction, renovations, roofing updates and the like. Some of the major highlights from the month show:

Lumina Coffee: A certificate of completion was issued on the project at the Bypass and Braves Boulevard. Value: $800,000.

Chicken Salad Chick: A permit review for the store planned at 800 Martha Berry. Value: $740,000.

Little Caesar’s: A “plan review” for the pizza shop that will rise soon at 1710 Turner McCall Blvd., replacing the former car wash. No value listed at this time.

Walmart, East Rome (U.S. 411). Remodel of restaurant, breakroom, entrances. Value: $500,000.

Winthrop Court, U.S. 411, East Rome. Alteration for Winthrop Memory Care. Value: $1,546,000.

Harbin Clinic: Includes a series of previously announced changes to existing offices in Rome. Combined value: $1,564,794.

Southeastern Mills: At 6 Third St., renovations for offices. Value: $261,600.

CVS Pharmacy, 1905 Martha Berry Highway. Remodeling. Value: $88,633.

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