Cahaba Market, a new mixed-use development, proposed for Hwy 280

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Cahaba Market
Rendering of the future Cahaba Market development. Photo via D&G Development Group

A 12,000 square foot mixed-use development located off Highway 280 near the Alabama 119 intersection has been proposed with multiple tenants signed on. Here’s what we know about the project including the list of future tenants and the tentative timeline.

Cahaba Market Coming 2021

Cahaba Market
Street view of the empty land where the development will be located. Photo via Google Maps

Headed up by Atlanta-based D&G Development Group, the mixed-use development named Cahaba Market, will be located at 5415 U.S. 280, next to Cavender’s Western Outfitter.

The development joins a busy stretch of Highway 280 near Tattersall Park and an array of other retail, restaurant and service developments.

Cahaba Market
An aerial view of the site. Photo via D & G Development Group

According to D&G, the development will include 72 parking spaces as well as drive-through and pick-up windows.

A Look at the Tenants

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The lease plan which shows the location for each confirmed tenant. Photo via D & G Development Group

So far the list of tenants include:

  • Five Guys Burgers and Fries
  • Dunkin’
  • Anatole’s Bike, Skateboard and Surf Shop
  • & Jersey Mike’s Subs

Two other storefronts, one 2,600 sq. ft. and the other 3,556 sq. ft. are still available according to the lease plan.

Other D&G Developments in Alabama

Other D&G Developments in Alabama include a Dollar Tree in Montgomery and Tiger Corners in Auburn (both pictured above).

The development is set to open in September of 2021.

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