A medical office building at the intersection of Columbiana Road and Lakeshore Drive traded hands in a big deal. Greenway MOB LLC acquired 1280 Columbiana Road for $5.65 million, or about $265.47 per square foot. CIT Bank N.A. in New York City provided $4.65 million in financing for the deal that closed yesterday.
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A former Rite Aid location at a busy intersection in Vestavia Hills is being redeveloped for retail space to join Milo’s Hamburgers, which is already committed to open a location on part of the property. Capital Growth Buchalter Inc. is redeveloping the former Rite Aid in Cahaba Heights at the corner of Crosshaven Drive and Green Valley Road for more retail space.
One will be at Skyland Boulevard, the other off McFarland Boulevard. With weeks to go before Tuscaloosa’s first Whataburger opens on Skyland Boulevard, the company is announcing that a second location of the Texas-based restaurant is coming to the Druid City.
Zoning-delayed developments going in tornado recovery zone As appeared in The Tuscaloosa News I Saturday, March 20, 2015 By Jason Morton Staff Writer Plans to build an Aldi grocery store and a Texas Roadhouse restaurant as part of a larger commercial project at the Lofts at City Center will go
Liquidation to start at Northport store later this month As appeared in The Tuscaloosa News I Wednesday, June 11, 2014 Patrick Rupinski Business Editor The Kmart at 1700 McFarland Blvd. in Northport will close in early September, according to company officials. It is one of dozens of stores that have
With a ceremonious flip of a shovel, construction on the largest development within the tornado path of Tuscaloosa was celebrated Monday on McFarland Boulevard. The Lofts at City Center is replacing Wood Square Shopping Center, the 13.5-acre shopping center that was leveled by the tornado that ripped a 5.9-mile path across the city on April 27, 2011.
The newest Publix Super Market in the Tuscaloosa area will open Wednesday in Taylorville. On Monday, employees stocked shelves and polished display cases, readying the 45,600-square-foot store for its debut. Construction workers, meanwhile, put the finishing touches on the facade.
Birmingham’s Capital Growth Buchalter Inc. said it will build a $20 million retail center in Tuscaloosa that will be anchored by a Publix Super Market. The 87,000-square-foot shopping center will be called Capital Market Center and is located on Highway 69 South and Southview Lane in Tuscaloosa.
Brothers Robert and Bill Buchalter shared a bedroom when they were children, setting the stage for a goodnatured sibling rivalry. Now, they share leading roles in Capital Growth Properties Inc., the $1 billion construction, retail development, investment and management firm the brothers created in 2007 out of the Tuscaloosabased Buchalter Company founded by their father more than 40 years ago, and Bill’s investment firm.
Robert Buchalter of the Buchalter Companies Inc. and Sam Sharp of Sharp Realty & Management LLC announced Wednesday they have sold Northwood Crossings Shopping Center in Northport to Inland Real Estate Acquisitions Inc. of Atlanta. They did not disclose terms of the deal.