BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA — The renovated two-story Legal Services Alabama Building at 1820 Seventh Ave. North has a new tenant for the largest space on the ground floor.

Aletheia House, a substance abuse treatment organization, has leased nearly 1,800 square feet for its offices in the 24,500-square-foot building with plans to move in Dec. 1. Legal Services has 12,850 square feet on the second floor and the second floor mezzanine, according to David Watts of Watts Realty, which manages and leases the building.

Red Rock Realty Group completed a number of deals.

Charles Robinson of Red Rock represented Mildred Gray in the sale of the former Adamsville Winn Dixie to Jack’s Family Restaurants Inc., which was represented by Will Akin of the Shopping Center Group. Jack’s plans a new restaurant on the stand-alone outparcel of the property but as of yet has not announced plans for the grocery space.

Robinson represented Matsos Family Partnership in a sale-leaseback transaction of the Golden Rule restaurant in Pinson. Parrish Holley of Shannon Waltchack represented the buyer, a local investor.

Robinson represented landlord Jmam Investments in a five-year office lease to a local group of financial advisers in Building 10 of Edenton. Robinson represented the seller of the 14-unit Continental Apartments in north Birmingham to a local investor for $125,000.

Bo Gresham of Red Rock represented seller 4031 Enterprises LLC in the $365,000 sale of the Overton Commissary. Sam Carroll of Graham & Co. represented buyer Commissary Properties LLC, which plans to renovate the building into office space.

Tom Carruthers represented the landlord Inverness Heights Shopping Center LLC in a lease of 8,156 square feet to Pennant Sports LLC in Inverness Heights Market. Billy Eyster with Eyster Properties represented Pennant Sports, which sells retail sporting goods in large quantities to institutions, schools, teams, and other organizations.

Southpace Properties brokers have been putting together their own sets of deals.

Southpace’s Marcus Bruchis represented Rainbow Fashion in leasing space at the Palisades Shopping Center in Birmingham as well as multiple locations in North Carolina. Bruchis is the exclusive broker for Rainbow Fashion in six Southeastern states.

David Thornton of Southpace signed Flooring Solutions to 4,100 square feet of showroom and warehouse space at 2013 Old Montgomery Highway in Birmingham.

Southpace’s David Trott represented Bonds Brothers LLC in leasing 1,900 square feet of land to Full Moon BBQ at 2450 Fifth Ave. South. Trott also represented Acker Investment Properties in leasing law office space to May and Associates at 3535 7th Court S.

Trott represented the landlord, Bonds Rentals LLC in leasing 5,788 square feet of office and warehouse space at 2309 Second Ave. South to Nathcare Inc., which was represented by Retail Specialists Inc.

Rich Vanchina of Southpace represented the tenant in leasing 2,250 square feet of office and warehouse space at 610 Cahaba Valley Circle in Pelham. Stuart Brock of EGS Commercial Real Estate. represented the landlord. Vanchina also represented the landlord in leasing 2,880 square feet of retail and office space for a print shop at 1935 Hoover Court in the Hoover Court Town Center.

Southpace’s Tyler Bradford represented 32 Degrees Yogurt Bar in leasing space in Pensacola.

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