BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — Birmingham commercial real estate firm Graham & Co. has announced its latest transactions, which include a new industrial space for a commercial coffee and espresso machine sales and service company.

Espresso Tech Solutions purchased a 7,000-square-foot industrial building at 2800 Richard Arrington Boulevard. Jordan Tubb represented the purchaser and LAH Real Estate represented the seller.

In other deals, National Center for Pain Management LLC purchased a 10,417-square-foot medical office in Bessemer. Graham & Co.’s Michael Lawley represented the seller, First Financial Bank, and Weaver Land represented the purchaser.

Read on for more of the firm’s recent transactions:

Alabama Telco Credit Union sold its 30,000-square-foot office building at 1849 Data Drive. Walter Brown represented the seller and Highland Realty Services represented the purchaser, Hunter Trace LLC.

ECD Properties LLC purchased the 14,000-square-foot former Rucker Lumber building at 1700 22nd Avenue. Jack Brown represented the seller and Ogden Deaton represented the purchaser.

DHS Properties purchased the 8,758-square-foot office building at 158 Business Center Drive from Edmonds-Hyde Investments LLC. Sam Carroll represented the seller and RealtySouth represented the purchaser.

Hatch Mott MacDonald leased 7,084 square feet at 1800 International Park. Walter Brown represented the tenant and CBRE represented the landlord.

Birmingham Allergy & Asthma Specialists PC leased 2,921 square feet at Beaumont Village. Sam Carroll represented the landlord and EGS Commercial Real Estate, Inc. represented the tenant.

Hackbarth Delivery Service, a transportation, warehousing and logistics company, leased 10,000 square feet of office/warehouse space at Cahaba Valley Business Park. Jordan Tubb represented the tenant and EGS Commercial Real Estate represented the landlord.

T. Mark Ricketts, MD, LLC leased 6,935 square feet at Vestavia Hills City Center. Dan Lovell represented the landlord and Veritas Commercial Real Estate represented the tenant.

Crossmark, a sales and marketing services company, leased 8,000 square feet at Cahaba Valley Service Center. Ogden Deaton represented the landlord and Swearingen Realty Group LLC represented the tenant.

DBIW LLC, a commercial cabinet company, leased 7,500 square feet at 115 West Oxmoor Lane. Jordan Tubb represented the landlord and C. Jones Realty represented the tenant.

American Medical Response leased 5,677 square feet at Grandview II. Brad Jones represented the landlord while Walter Brown and Jones Lang LaSalle represented the tenant in the transaction.

Tubelite Company Inc., a sign and screen printing business, renewed its lease of 27,400 square feet of industrial space at 3636 7th Avenue North. John Coleman handled the transaction.

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