Hometown News For Orange County, Texas

Orange keeps adding new businesses, houses

Orange will be getting a new pizza restaurant on Allie Payne Road and a new DuGood Federal Credit Union building on Interstate 10, according to building permits issued by the city in June.

Brown & Brown Pizza is owned by Randy and Kathy Brown of Orange and operates Domino's Pizza franchises. The company got a permit to build a new $850,000 building at 1715 Allie Payne Road near the intersection with Texas Highway 87 North. The contractor is Better Built Metal Buildings.

DuGood Credit Union plans to build a 3,250 square foot office valued at $1.87 million at 6895 Interstate 10. The contractor is McInnis Construction.

Those are the latest in commercial and new residential building permits the city has issued during the first six months of 2024.

In May, permits for a $300,000 building to house the restaurant Insane Chicken at 1602 W. Hart Avenue off Sixteenth Street. Insane Chicken is part o the Insane Restaurant Holdings based in Louisiana. The contractor is Alcode Plumbing LLC.

Also in May, the city issued a permit for a $178,000 new building for 2214 Interstate 10 for Texas State Rentals. The contractor is Better Built Metal Buildings.

The April permits included one valued at $814,000 to Stovall Interest LLC for a Take 5 quick oil change service at 1618 Barkins Drive at Sixteenth Street.

The city that month used Lengendary Concrete to build a $25,600 sidewalk at 2111 Park Avenue along the side of Shangri La Gardens to help accommodate foot traffic at the gardens, which included more than 50,000 people attending lighted Christmas nights in December.

Eight permits to build new residences were also issued in April with six by DSLD Homes Southwest for houses on Little Cypress Loop in a new subdivision off Martin Luther KIng Jr. Drive by Little Cypress Junior High. Another new home permit went to J.D.Krig for a 2,865 square foot house at 6754 FM 1130, plus one to D.R. Horton for a house off Allie Payne Road.

A new food mart is going up at 6103 Highway 87 with the building valued at $735,000, according to the March permits. Bright Block Construction is the contractor.

February's permits included 13 new residences. Eight of those were for construction by D.R. Horton on Spoonbill Lane off Allie Payne Road, where the houses average about $250,000 to $300,000. DSLD Southwest had one permit for a house on Little Cypress Loop. L&L Construction got a permit for a new house at 6108 Rosewood Drive. Dal Sasso Construction had a permit for a house at 2520 Golden Oak, and Riley's Property Service had a permit for a residence at 1704 B Mississippi.


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