The Baldwin County Commission has voted to sell the Baldwin County Coliseum on Fairgrounds Road to the City of Robertsdale for $2.2 million, GulfCoastNewsToday.com reports. Robertsdale Mayor Charles Murphy said city officials plan to increase the use of the property by the public use. Under the agreement, the county can still use the facility several…Read More
September saw increases across the board in Baldwin County for average sales price, new listings and total sales. Baldwin REALTORS Multiple Listing Service reports a year-over-year increase of 78.9% in total sales revenue from September 2020 and an increase of 69% in new listings. Average days on market (DOM) also continue to be at record…Read More
Bryant Bank recently announced via the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce that Charlesne McCurdy has joined the Baldwin County team as vice president and relationship manager. McCurdy is a Baldwin County native who grew up in Robertsdale. She comes to Bryant Bank from Regions Bank, where she served as vice president and branch manager for…Read More
SmartAsset recently ranked the top 10 counties in Alabama in “Incoming Investment,” “Business Growth,” “Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Growth” and “New Building Permits.” The financial technology firm ranked Baldwin County second in the first category with 7.8% business growth, $501 million in GDP growth and 31.7 new building permits per every 1,000 homes over the…Read More
The South Baldwin Chamber Foundation is holding its Casino Night Fundraiser to support local schools on September 25 at The Port at The Wharf in Orange Beach beginning at 7 p.m. Six to eight casino-like table games will be set up to “play for fun,” and guests with a remaining predetermined amount of play chips…Read More
Real estate continues to move quickly on and off the market in Baldwin County, but the number of sales is showing a slight slowdown. Baldwin REALTORS Multiple Listing Service (MLS) reports a major year-over-year decrease in average days on market (DOM) in August for both “Resort” and “Traditional Residential” areas, as well as decreases in…Read More
GulfCoastNewsToday.com is now accepting nominations for its “Best of Baldwin 2022” contest. Baldwin County companies, people and more can be nominated once per day, per category until October 3. Then, on October 20-November 21, the top five nominations from each category will move on to the voting round. First-, second- and third-place winners will be…Read More
The Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals and United Way of Baldwin County Young Leaders Society have rescheduled their annual Bingo & Brew event benefiting the Baldwin County Backpack Food Program to September 23. Still being held at 5:30-8 p.m. at Fairhope Brewing Co., it is being presented by Crow Shields Bailey PC. It…Read More
Mobile’s Alabama School of Math and Science (ASMS) will be hosting information sessions in Mobile and Baldwin counties “to recruit students seeking an advanced education and looking to challenge themselves inside and outside the classroom,” it recently announced. Ninth and 10th graders in the counties are invited to a 1-hour information session at the ASMS…Read More
According to AL.com, Missouri-based investors paid $2.29 million for the Sonic Drive-In at 321 South Greeno Road in Fairhope, according to tax records. Sonic will continue to operate at that location. Jeremy Friedman of Katapult Properties represented the buyers, and Andrew Chason of Marcus & Millichap worked for the sellers. In Foley, U-Haul has purchased…Read More
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