The owners of The Cart Doctor in Mobile paid $622,500 for a 6,800-square-foot building on 1.5 acres at 5683 U.S. 90 in Theodore, according to Pete Riehm and J.T. Jenkins of NAI Mobile, who handled the transaction. The buyers plan to relocate from its current operation on the West I-65 Service Road in Mobile. The Cart Doctor is a golf cart dealer that sells and buys golf carts as well as provides golf cart rentals, repair and maintenance.
Southern Hearing Associates, an independently-owned and operated Miracle-Ear franchise, has leased 1,500 square feet of space in Highland Park office development on Schillinger Road near Cottage Hill Road in west Mobile, and plans to open in March, according to Pratt Thomas of Merrill P. Thomas Company. Highland Park is a Class A office project anchored by Greater Mobile Urgent Care. Rowe Commercial Ventures of David Rowe Fine Homes is the builder of Highland Park and construction is under way on a third building to be completed in February. The office units are offered for sale starting at $269,500 for a 1,500 square-foot space.
An investor paid $375,000 for the former Shake’s Frozen Custard building on almost an acre on Ala. 59 in Foley, according to Chuck Norwood of REMAX of Gulf Shores. The property has 130 front feet on Highway 59. The buyer plans to renovate the building and lease it.
Developers are seeking planning approval to build Seagrass Village, a 122-unit assisted living center and 8 independent living cottages on Cotton Creek Drive in Gulf Shores, just west of Sweetwater apartments, according to city records. The land is zoned business neighborhood.
A new pizza restaurant and a Surf Style mixed-use building will share an off-site, 132-space parking lot off E. 1st Avenue in Gulf Shores, according to city planners. Shaul Zislin, owner of The Hangout and Surf Style stores, plans to open Big Blue Pizza at 200 Gulf Shores Parkway on the former Blonde Johns Surf Shop site. Zislin also plans to demolish the existing Surf Style store at 101 W. Beach Blvd., and build retail and residential there. The off-site parking will accommodate both projects.
Investors plan to buy Sawgrass Landing, a 22,200-square-foot commercial center at 1140 Gulf Shores Parkway in Gulf Shores, and Nolan’s Restaurant & Lounge is looking at sites to relocate its restaurant, according to Realtors. Nolan’s must move by the end of this month.