New York Life Insurance has leased a 1,417-square foot office space on the 15th floor of the Waterman-Smith structure at 61 St. Joseph St., in downtown Mobile, according to Josh W. Hall of NAI Mobile. He deals with renting for the circa 1947 landmark structure. The 15th flooring has actually not been readily available for years however has been refurbished by the current owner. New York Life likewise has an office in Montlimar Location off Montlimar Drive in west Mobile.
Dell’s Ice Cream has actually rented 2,400 square feet of space at 25637 Canal Road in the Wolf Bay Shopping Mall in Orange Beach, according to Chris Harle of White-Spunner Realty. Dell’s will be the unique seller of Cammie’s Old Dutch brand name ice cream in Orange Beach.
The architectural and signage elevations for a brand-new Tom Thumb convenience store prepared for the northeast corner of Canal Roadway and Wharf Parkway East at The Wharf in Orange Beach are under review by the Orange Beach City Board. The project consists of a gasoline station, grocery store, cars and truck wash and Hamburger King, according to city records.
. The former Food for Less grocery store at 2260 St. Stephens Roadway in Mobile will be offered for sale at auction at a date to be determined yet, according to Coastal Auction Business. The equipment and components will likewise be auctioned.
Building is under method on OWA’s indoor water park, which will feature a 65,000-square-foot indoor retractable roofing system, according to OpenAire, a retractable roofing company. The indoor water park is set up to open next year in OWA, a home entertainment destination off Baldwin County 20 in Foley. OpenAire, is based in Canada and Cedarburg, Wisc., and develops custom retractable roofs worldwide. The water park will likewise include a 26-foot tall, retractable wall that opens from the indoor waterpark to the adjacent outdoor park. The wall is 128 feet wide.Source: al.com