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Diamond Jim’s restaurant to open in Orange Beach



ORANGE BEACH, Alabama — Diamond Jims and Ms. Donnas restaurant will open in 4,000 square feet at 25638 Canal Road over the Memorial Day weekend at the end of May, according to owner Jim Dial Jr. He and his wife, Donna, have leased the former Tiki Beach Pub building. They also own Diamond Jims and Ms. Donnas in Livingston, Ala. The restaurant specializes in steak and seafood.

Five Guys Burgers Fries will open this summer in 2,500 square feet at 3117 S. McKenzie St. in Foley, according to Angela McArthur of Prudential Cooper Co. commercial division.

Little Caesars Pizza has leased 1,400 square feet on Dauphin Island Parkway next to the ABC store and will open in early summer, according to Marl Cummings IV of Cummings Associates, who represented the pizza restaurant. Ron Johnson of The Mitchell Company worked for the landlord.

A local investor paid $65,000 for a bank-owned, self-service car wash on 2.7 acres at 8111 U.S. 98 in Fairhope, according to Herndon Luce of Vallas Realty, who represented the seller. Richard Hice of Coldwell Bank Reehl Properties worked for the buyer of the site near Baldwin County 3.

A local couple paid $135,000 for 23 acres on U.S. 90 in Loxley near Yorkshire subdivision, and plan to build a house there, according to Nathan Cox of Bellator Realty Development.

Computer Sciences Corp. has leased 10,500 square feet in Riverview Office Plaza on Royal Street in downtown Mobile, according to Gavin Bender Jr. of Bender Real Estate Group. Computer Sciences Corp. provides information technology and professional services.

Quest Diagnostics has leased 2,100 square feet in Peachtree Professional Center on Ala. 59 in Foley and will open May 1, according to Raymond Zoghby, managing partner for the center owners.

Boan Contracting, an underground utility contractor specializing in crude oil and natural gas pipeline work, has moved into 2,246 square feet at 7530 Parker Road in Fairhope, according to Spence Monroe of Ashurst Niemeyer.

D.R. Horton paid $210,000 total for six lots in Weatherby subdivision off Celeste Road in Saraland, according to court records.

Cactus Flower Café, which offers California-style Mexican cuisine, has opened in Pelican Place on Ala. 59 in Gulf Shores, according to Chris Tilley of Langley Properties. TigerBytes, an Apple reseller, will open Monday in 4,000 square feet at Pelican Place, according to Tilley.

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