Belle Fountain Land Company paid $ 2.85 million for 950 acres in Baldwin County 87 and Interstate 10 in the Elsanor area of Baldwin County, according to Stacey Ryals of Belle Fountain Land Co. Tim Herrington of Herrington Realty represented the sellers. Buyers already own 1,000 acres along I-10 and with the additional 950 acres of woodland, investors plan to develop an off-road / powersports park on the property, according to Ryals. The property has approximately 4 miles of frontage on I-10.
The address is listed as Robertsdale.
A local developer paid $ 465,000 for a 3,600 square foot office building at 2033 West 1st St. in Gulf Shores, according to David Swiger and Angie Swiger of Swiger & Company Realtors, who represented the buyers. Frank Reed of Heron Investment Properties worked for the seller.
An out-of-town investment group paid $ 675,000 for the former Four Seasons apartment complex on N. Pine Street in Foley, according to Tim Herrington of Herrington Realty, who managed the transaction. The 12-unit complex will be renovated and named Camilla Place.
A group of local investors have leased 2,000 square feet of space in the shopping center at 1616 Government St. in downtown Mobile and are planning to open a coffee house with roasting on site, according to Nathan Handmacher of Stirling Properties, which represented the owner. . Matt Cummings of Cummings & Associates worked for the tenant. The cafe is scheduled to open in January of next year.
FSI USA leased 8,750 square feet of office warehouse space at 3510 Halls Mill Road in Mobile, according to Nathan Handmacher of Stirling Properties and JLL – Mobile, who represented the owner. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Cooper & Co. worked for the tenant.
Members of the ministries of the Blood Covenant Evangelical Church are seeking planning approval to build a 67-seat church in a single-family neighborhood at 2662 Fillingim St., Mobile, according to the Mobile Planning Commission.