Coffee, sandwiches, subdivisions, what’s not to like?

admin  /   August 26, 2018

By Kathy Jumper |

Volume home builder D.R. Horton paid $2.7 million for 53 lots in Winged Foot subdivision on Baldwin County 64 in Daphne, according to Geoff Lane of Katapult Properties and Nathan Cox of 68 Ventures. The home prices will start in the low $200s.

Local investors paid $365,000 for 2 acres on Daphne Avenue in the Olde Towne District in Daphne, and plan to develop the property for mixed use, according to Geoff Lane of Katapult Properties, who represented the buyers.

Yellowhammer Coffee has leased the former Foosackly’s drive-thru restaurant on Dauphin Street near Springdale Boulevard and Interstate 65 in Mobile, according to Matt Cummings of Cummings & Associates.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mobile plans to relocate its offices to the third floor of 3 S. Royal St., and will occupy 3,154 square feet of office space, according to Pete Riehm and Allan Cameron of NAI Mobile. The building is 100 percent leased.

Jimmy John’s has leased 1,500 square feet of space in Rangeline Crossing shopping center, a new retail development to be located on Rangeline Road in Mobile. The sandwich restaurant chain will join tenants including Rock N Roll Sushi and T-Mobile. The center is expected to open early next year. Nathan Handmacher of Stirling Properties represented the tenant and John Vallas of Vallas Realtyworked for the landlord.

Dynamic Pain & Wellness has leased 6,000 square feet for medical office space at 4724 Airport Blvd., in Mobile, according to Jay D. Roberds and Niki Coker of NAI Mobile, who handled the transaction. This will be the company’s first office in Alabama and another is planned to locate in Daphne.

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