It’s been a busy week for commercial real estate in the Birmingham area.

In this week’s print edition, I wrote about two prominent properties pending sale: the Eastwood Festival Centre, home of the Edge 12 theater, and one of the metro’s largest buildings, the downtown Financial Center.

Graham & Co. also had a flurry of new leases and sales, which they added to the BBJ’s new CRE database.

On the sales side, Graham & Co.’s Jack Brown represented National Bank of Commerce in its sale of a 12,480-square-foot industrial building at 5511 Powder Plant Lane in Bessemer.

Dexter Fortson Associates Inc., a Bessemer-based company, bought the property for $460,000, the database says.

Meanwhile, several CRE stories broke online over the past week, including these:

Cabela’s Inc. plans expansion in Birmingham.

Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen plans renovation, new restaurant on U.S. 280.

Hoover sells site to Walmart for $2.8 million.

Dunn Building Co. consolidates operations at new Avondale headquarters.

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