Graham & Co was recognized in 6 of the 23 “CRE Deals of the Year” for the year 2021, according to the Birmingham Business Journal.

These deals include:

Crossroads Commerce Center, Phase I

Location: Daniel Payne Drive and ACIPCO Industrial Drive

Developer: Graham & Co.

Size: 186,000 Square Feet

Seller/Landlord’s Broker: Sonny Culp and Jack Brown, Graham & Co.

Calera Commerce Center Development

Location: Highway 22 and George Roy Parkway, Calera

Value: 16.5 Million

Developer: Graham & Co., working with Sunbelt Paper & Packaging

Size: 216,316 Square Feet

Seller/Landlord’s Broker: Ogden Deaton, Graham & Co.

Kelly Creek Commerce Park

Developer: Graham & Co. and Capstone Real Estate Investments

Location: Kelly Creek Road, Moody

Value: $125 Million

Size: 1,480,000 Square Feet

TSF Build-to-Suit 

Location: Turin Drive, Lakeshore 150 Industrial Park

Value: $11 Million

Developer: Graham & Co.

Size: 187,000 Square Feet

Seller/Landlord’s Broker: John Coleman, Graham & Co.

Southern Veterinary Partners move to Lakeshore Park Plaza 

Broker/Developer: Graham & Co.

Location: 2204 Lakeshore Drive

Seller/Landlord’s Broker: Jerry Grant, Graham & Co.

Sale of 300 Riverchase Parkway East 

Location: 300 Riverchase Parkway E.

Value: $3.55 Million

Size: 27,204 Square Feet

Seller/Landlord’s Broker: Walter Brown and Matt Gilchrist of Graham & Co.


“The pandemic’s continued impact in 2021 wasn’t enough to stop major deals in Birmingham’s commercial real estate sector.

Deals ranged across all industries, whether it was multifamily homes, large company relocations, new leases signed, industrial parks and more. In addition, the crown jewel for Birmingham came in fall 2020 with the long-awaited Protective Stadium unveiling.

Commercial real estate projects in 2021 also spread across the metro. Deals dropped downtown and were found into the suburbs, including Irondale, McCalla and more.

In this special section, we are honoring the deals, projects, companies and people who embody the perseverance that was needed to get through the past two years of uncertainty.

Our CRE Deals of the Year winners were chosen based on nominations received at in late 2021 and early 2022. Winners were selected based on several factors, including the size of the deal, its potential for future impact, the complexity of the deal and the deal’s relationship to ongoing trends in the market.”

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