New urgent care on horizon

Elite Urgent Care paid $850,000 for a 9,218-square-foot medical office building at 4682 Airport Blvd., in west Mobile, according to Realtors. The property will be renovated and the buyers plan to open early next year. The property has frontage on Airport Boulevard. and General Bullard Avenue. David Dexter of CRE Mobile represented the buyer and Vallas Realty worked for the seller.

Out-of-town developers paid $850,000 for 10 acres at the northwest corner of Ala. 181 and Baldwin County 32 in Fairhope, according to court records. Jeremy Friedman of Katapult Properties represented both sides in the transaction.

First Choice Wellness Center has leased 1,295 square feet of space in Spanish Fort Town Center off Bass Pro Drive in Spanish Fort, according to Leigh Dale Younce of SRS Real Estate Partners. The town center is off Interstate 10 and U.S. 90 and 98.-center First Choice specializes in the administration of infused medications. This is the fourth location for First Choice and their second in Alabama.

The owners of Foosackly’s purchased a 24,000-square-foot office warehouse building at 212 E. I-65 Service Road in Mobile, and plan to renovate the building for its support center, and lease space as well, according to Realtors. Odom Architecture will handle the renovation design. Between 4,000 to 12,000 square feet of space will be available for lease. Milling Commercial Realty represented the seller. Vallas Realty worked for the buyer and will handle leasing. The space was most recently occupied by Charleston Lighting.

Locals are looking to open Kanary Bar, a bar/lounge catering to downtown shoppers, residents and tourists at 105 N. Jackson St., in downtown Mobile, according to the Mobile Planning Commission. The bar would have a capacity of 178 in the two-story, 4368-square-foot building.