Contractors are building 34 new residences in Killeen, Harker Heights, Copperas Cove and Nolanville. The construction projects are valued at a total of $5 million.
Killeen granted 26 single-family home permits and two duplex permits to contractors between May 30 and Thursday, totaling about $3.9 million, according to a city report.
Killeen-based Ashford Homes received the most permits — six — for homes to be constructed on Castle Gap Drive. Atlanta-based Ashton Homes and Killeen-based Precision Value Homes received five permits each for homes on Hector, Tara, and Rusack drives and Legacy Lane.
Homes being constructed in Killeen ranged in price from $100,000 to $182,000.
Harker Heights issued two single-family home permits to Fort Worth-based DR Horton and one single-family dwelling permit to Killeen-based Vale Building Group.
The homes slated to be built on Vineyard Trail and Tanner Lane range in value from $165,000 and $297,000. The three homes total about $640,000 in new construction.
Copperas Cove permitted Kempner-based Battreal Construction to build a $137,000 home on Dalton Street.
Nolanville issued Killeen-based Cameo Homes a permit to construct a $300,000 home on Bell Charca Parkway.
Killeen and Copperas Cove issued two commercial construction permits between May 30 and Thursday.
Christian House of Prayer is constructing a $65,000 New Worship Arts Institute at 2904 E. Stan Schlueter Loop, Killeen, inside a strip center built by the church.
Ray Enterprises received a permit for a $150,000 commercial remodel for a business at 181 W. U.S. Highway 190 in Copperas Cove.