The developers of Sevilla Place Apartments paid $1 million for 9 acres on Baldwin County 20 in Foley, just west of OWA entertainment park, according to local developer Stacey Ryals of Hosteeva Realty, who represented the sellers. Construction will begin soon on 126 luxury apartments which will include a clubhouse, exercise room, pool, dog park, kids park and garage parking.
AdvanTec Manufacturing USA, Inc. has leased 35,680 square feet of industrial space at 22955 McAuliffe Drive in Robertsdale, according to Jeff Barnes of Stirling Properties who handled the transaction.
Wine & Canvas has leased 2,487 square feet of space in Square One Shopping Center at 907 Hillcrest Road in Mobile, according to Angie McArthur of Stirling Properties, who represented the art and entertainment company. Terry McKinney of Delaney Land & Realty worked for the landlord.
Home builder D.R Horton paid $1.815 million for 29 single-family lots in the Vintage Creek community off Nine Mile Road in Pensacola, according to developer Nathan Cox of 68 Ventures. The 161-lot gated subdivision has homes in the $300s to $400s.
Beauty World has leased 5,000 square feet of retail space next to Kohl’s department store in Spanish Fort Town Center off Town Center Avenue in Spanish Fort, and plans to open in late spring, according to Angie McArthur of Stirling Properties, who represented the landlord.
American Deli has leased 1,539 square feet at 5701 Old Shell Road in Mobile, according to Leigh Dale Younce and Buff Teague of JLL, who represented the landlord.
Cook Out purchased the former PDQ chicken restaurant at 116 S. University Blvd., in Mobile, according to Allen Garstecki of JLL, who represented the seller. John Vallas of Vallas Realty worked for the buyer. Cook Out is a fast food chain featuring fresh burgers, BBQ, hot dogs and shakes.
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