A new hotel may be on horizon at the Gulf

admin  /   August 12, 2018

By Kathy Jumper,

Innisfree Hotels plans to seek site plan review to build a 192-room hotel at 26026 Perdido Beach Blvd., in Orange Beach, according to city planning records. The 3-acre site was formerly the home of Royal Romar Dunes condominiums which were almost destroyed by Hurricane Ivan in 2004. The property owners have tried unsuccessfully to get developers to rebuild on the site. In 2005, the owners voted to demolish the circa 1982 building and rebuild it themselves. At that time, the owners had planned to build a 78-unit project called Saltaire. The site has about 230 front feet on the Gulf.

F45 Training Spring Hill USA has leased 3,700 square feet of space in Pinebrook Shopping Center on Airport Boulevard near McGregor Avenue in Mobile, and plans to hold a grand opening Aug. 18, according to Pratt Thomas of Merrill P. Thomas Company, who represented F45. The training system merges three training styles into one: high intensity interval training, circuit training and functional training. Bill Youngblood and Edna Delchamps of Youngblood Real Estate represented the landlord.

Our Place and Sports Bar has leased a 4,000-square-foot building at 1157 S. McKenzie St., in Foley and plans to open next month, according to Herrington Realty, which handled the lease. The building is next to Taco Bell.

Local investor paid $750,000 for the Exxon station at 3208 Moffett Road in Mobile, according to Mamun Siddiq of REMAX Partners.

Local builder Greg Kennedy is seeking final planning approval to develop Cottages at Hammock Dunes, a single-family subdivision with 11 homes and a swimming pool at 23916 Perdido Beach Blvd., in Orange Beach. The project on 1.47 acres has two existing homes that Kennedy has renovated, and he will add nine homes on the parcel just west of Phoenix West and Romar Tower condominiums. WAS Design, a landscape architect and land planning firm, is working with Kennedy on the development which goes before the Planning Commission on Monday.

Local developer Jim Brown is seeking planning approval to build a miniature golf course near Baldwin County 20 and James Road in Foley, according to the Foley Planning Commission.

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