Building officials in Manteca in San Joaquin County say they are currently reviewing plans for 91 building permits with a combined construction value of $151 million.
The projects currently in review represents a value by themselves more robust than all but a half-dozen years for the overall issuance of building permits, the Manteca/Ripon Bulletin reports.
Current permits include one for $93.2 million for a 528,931-sq. ft. building to house the 500-room Great Wolf Resort hotel, indoor water park, conference center and family entertainment area, including a number of restaurants and diversions.
Great Wolf, when it is completed by mid-2020 for an overall $180 million investment, will represent the biggest private sector project in Manteca history and it also will be the largest hotel ever built in the Great Central Valley from Redding to Bakersfield.
Other permits in review also includes a 746,790-sq. ft. shell building for CenterPoint, valued at $42.7 million. There also is a $5 million permit for a wastewater treatment plant building, and 19 single family homes with a combined construction value of $6.1 million.