SRS Real Estate Partners’ Birmingham Office Closes Multiple Deals in September

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. (October 19, 2021) – SRS Real Estate Partners’ (SRS) Birmingham office closed September with six lease deals.

An overview of SRS Real Estate Partners in Birmingham’s deals includes the following:

Cooper Smith represented the client, Crumbl Cookies, in the leasing of 2,160 square feet of space at Tiger Town in Opelika, Alabama.

Lyndsy Yim worked with Orchestra Partners Brokerage, Hunter Renfroe, in the leasing of 2,927 square feet of space at Mercantile on Morris in Birmingham, Alabama, to Bar La Fete.

Hamilton Huber and Martin Smith represented the landlord, Starlite Theatre Company, in the leasing of 1,000 square feet of space at Eastwood Plaza in Birmingham, Alabama, to Hair Store 205.

Martin Smith, Hamilton Huber, and Michael Byrne represented the landlord, The Carlyle Group, in the leasing of 2,443 square feet of space to 1 on 1 Technical College at Midtown Village in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. They also completed a lease renewal at Midtown Village for Rack Room Shoes. Martin Smith and Cooper Smith represented the landlord, Pinnacle Retail, in the short-term lease of 6,500 square feet of space to Spirit Halloween at Pinnacle at Tutwiler Farm in Trussville, Alabama.

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