Mega warehouse bought – al.com

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SERVPRO of Mobile County paid $ 1 million for a 14,875-square-foot, 3-acre warehouse at 2781 Macmae Drive in Mobile, according to Robert Cook of Vallas Realty, who handled the transaction. The current building on the site will be used for the treatment and storage of items damaged by fire, water and mold. SERVPRO plans to construct a second building on site for office, sales, marketing and production teams.

Investors paid $ 290,000 for a 7,700 square foot commercial building at 6414 Hillcrest Park Court in Mobile, according to John M. Delchamps of Merrill P. Thomas Company, who represented the sellers. Kelly Cummings of The Cummings Company worked for buyers. The building is 100% leased.

Fairhope-based Jason Will Real Estate is expanding into downtown Mobile and leased 2,701 square feet of office space at 381 Dauphin St., adjacent to Spot of Tea, according to William Peebles of CRE Mobile, who represented the group. immovable. Josh Hall of CRE Mobile worked for the owner.

Two Fishes Properties LLC is seeking to dezone 10.5 acres at 5362 Mississippi Ave., Orange Beach, into a PUD, Planned Unit Development, and develop a 27-lot subdivision with jetty access, according to the Orange Beach Planning Commission.

Watch for a 235-lot single-family home development to be built on 59 acres just south of E. Michigan Avenue and west of S. Pecan St. in Foley.

A 10,741 square foot oyster research facility with four ponds is planned for Commerce Drive in the Gulf Shores Business and Aviation Park, according to the Planning Commission.


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