Hot Bar-BQ News in Baldwin County
Out-of-state investors paid $1.8 million for 198 acres at Sandy Creek Farms at 23720 US 98 in Elberta, according to Realtors. David and Angie Swiger of Swiger & Company Realtors represented the sellers and Tammy Johnson of eXp Realty South Branch worked for the buyers. The acreage included two parcels, a 78-acre site with frontage on Route 98 and another 120-acre site with a pond. The property also includes three lakes and both parcels are accessible from Keichler Road.
A local investor paid $865,000 for a 3,016 square foot medical office building at 9815 Millwood Circle in Spanish Fort, according to Jeff Barnes and Steadman Bethea of Stirling Investment Advisors, a division of Stirling Properties, which represented the seller. Andrew Chason of Marcus & Millichap worked for the buyer.
Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-BQ has leased a 1.5-acre site at the corner of S. McKenzie Street and Riviera Boulevard in Foley, and plans to build a new restaurant there, according to Kyle Knight and Darryl Bonner of Stirling Properties , who represented the owner. The land once housed the Ruby Tuesday restaurant building, which was demolished. Jim ‘N Nick’s will include indoor seating and a drive-thru window.
A local business owner paid $89,900 for an office building at 2466 Commercial Park Drive in Mobile and plans to renovate it for his business, according to James Henderson of Realty Executives Bay Group, who represented the seller. Don Foster of Berkshire Hathaway Cooper & Co., worked for the buyer.
Watch Advance Auto Parts to build a 6,889 square foot store at 3808 Gulf Shores Parkway in Gulf Shores, part of the Pelican Place at Craft Farms development.
The Orange Beach Community Church is seeking site plan review approval to build a new worship center at 4773 Bay Circle in Orange Beach, in a single-family residential zoning neighborhood, according to the Planning Commission. Orange Beach.
Down South BBQ on Baldwin County 10 in Foley has new ownership, Golden Parachute Enterprises LLC., according to David and Angie Swiger of Swiger & Company Realtors. The previous owner had operated the restaurant for 17 years.