More condos, apartments on the way

admin  /   July 1, 2018

by Kathy Jumper, al.comBrett Robinson Real Estate Development is seeking preliminary approval to rezone 5.8 acres at 23008 Perdido Beach Blvd., in Orange Beach to build Phoenix Gulf Towers, according to city planners. The condominium project would consist of two 26-story buildings with a total of 192 units, and a seven-story parking garage for each building. The property is zoned BR-2, beach resort high density, and the developers are seeking a PUD, planned unit development. The request will be discussed at the July 9 Planning Commission meeting.

Investors paid $321,000 for 107 acres of timberland just north of U.S. 90 in Elsanor, west of the Baldwin Beach Express, according to Herrington Realty, which represented the seller. Gordon Barnhill of Barnhill Land & Real Estate worked for the buyers.

Hosteeva.Com, an international vacation rental tech start-up, has leased 1,400 square feet of space in Uptown Plaza on East 20th Avenue in Gulf Shores and plan to open in early August, according to Stacey Ryals of Hosteeva Realty.

Legacy Nails & Spa has leased 1,725 square feet of space at Legacy Village at Spring Hill off Du Rhu Drive in Mobile, and plans to open later this summer, according to Leigh Dale Younce and Buff Teague of JLL, who represented the landlord.

Developers are seeking city approval to build Regency Place, a four-story, 206-unit apartment complex on Regency Road in Gulf Shores, just north of The Enclave at Oak Hill condominiums, according to city planning records.

A two-story waterfront home at 16741 Oyster Bay Place in King Fish Lodge subdivision will be offered for sale at a live auction on Aug. 4 at 10 a.m., according to Coastal Auction Co. The three-bedroom, 2.5 bath house includes a boat house and boat slip. For more information call 251 967-4044 or 251 978-4506.

Local developers received site plan approval for Bon Vie, a mixed use development set for the 1500 block of West 2nd Street in Gulf Shores across from Midtown Gulf Shores, according to city planners. The project will have four buildings with 13 commercial spaces and 13 residential units.

Watch for Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen to join the restaurant venues at OWA, the amusement park and entertainment destination on S. OWA Boulevard in Foley.

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