Permits requested

1. Oblate Residence, 391 Michigan Ave. NE. Construction of smaller house for the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate on site of former Oblate College. New building will have 25 bedrooms, 15 of which will be larger than the ones they replace, for the Oblate community residing there permanently. Cost: $4,076,848.

2. Fuller Building, 1650 Fuller St. NW. Comprehensive renovation of apartment building for low-income tenants owned by Jubilee Housing, to include plumbing, heating and air conditioning systems, and addition of computer lab and exercise facilities. Cost: $542,670.

3. DC City Auto Clinic, 1610 11th St. NW. Construction of apartment on site of former auto repair shop. Cost: $1.3 million.

4. Marietta Building, 2418 17th St. NW. Comprehensive renovation of apartment building for low-income tenants owned by Jubilee Housing, to include plumbing, heating and air conditioning systems, and addition of computer lab and exercise facilities. Cost: $688,760.

5. Harvard Street Condominiums, 1464 Harvard St. NW. Construction of a building with 14 condominium units with private garage and roof decks. Cost: $1 million.

6. La Marseillaise, 1800 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE. Construction on site of former bakery, now owned by D.C. government. No use given. Cost: $9 million.

7. Townhouses, 4814-4928 7th St. NE. Construction of 16 townhouses. Sixteen permits: $137,625 each.

8. Rosemount Early Learning Center, 2000 Rosemount Ave. NW. Renovation and modernization of building, including landscaping and addition of classrooms. Cost: $2,673,000.

9. Children's National Medical Center, 111 Michigan Ave. NW. Repairs and alterations to hospital. Cost: $2,878,438.

10. Oxford Manor, 2607 Bowen Rd. SE. Renovation of 227-unit apartment complex, including new roofs, kitchens, bathrooms and carpeting, and plumbing upgrades. Cost: $4,764,640.

11. Mozart Building, 1630 Fuller St. NW. Comprehensive renovation of apartment building for low-income tenants owned by Jubilee Housing, to include plumbing, heating and air conditioning systems, and addition of computer lab and exercise facilities. Cost: $1,188,849.

12. Ritz Building, 1631 Euclid St. NW. Comprehensive renovation of apartment building for low-income tenants owned by Jubilee Housing, to include plumbing, heating and air conditioning systems, and addition of computer labs and exercise facilities. Cost: $2,730,184.

Permits granted

13. Office, 1120 Vermont Ave. NW. Interior construction of offices for U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Cost: $760,000.

14. Marriott at Metro Center, 775 12th St. NW. Upgrades to 23 guest rooms to accommodate those with disabilities as part of a larger project to renovate all 456 rooms. Cost: $582,000. Total cost: $6.8 million.

15. Potomac Place, 800 4th St. SW. Renovation of lobby of 400-unit apartment building. Cost: $500,000.

16. Vacant lot, 901 Bladensburg Rd. NE. Removal of a 1,000-gallon heating oil underground storage tank at former Hechinger store site. No cost given.

17. Black Salt Fish Market and Restaurant, 4883 MacArthur Blvd. NW. Renovations for new restaurant and office. Cost: $475,534.

18. George Washington University, 700 20th St. NW. Renovation to classrooms and library areas at Stockton and Burns halls. Cost: $1,398,494.

19. Office building, 1030 15th St. NW. Repairs and alterations to parking garage. Cost: $998,000.

20. Community center, 1601 Montello Ave. NE. Alterations and repairs to community center and police substation. Cost: $50,000.

21. International Campaign for Tibet, 1825 Jefferson Pl. NW. Renovation of and addition to rear of historic building. Cost: $910,000.

22. Embassy of the Republic of Turkey, 1606 23rd St. NW. Restoration of ambassador's residence and addition of underground mechanical rooms. Cost: $1,364,950.

23. Portals Phase III, 1201 Maryland Ave. SW. Sheeting, shoring and excavation, and construction of a vault for new nine-story office building with retail space and underground parking. One of six buildings in the 3-million-square-foot Portals complex of office, retail and hotel space. Cost: $3,090,000. Total cost: $60 million.

24. Dumbarton Oaks, 1703 32nd St. NW. Interior and exterior renovations to two-story dining facility. Cost: $1,208,000.

25. Washington Hospital Center, 110 Irving St. NW. Renovation of catheterization lab/short-stay unit. Cost: $860,000.