The Loss of a Dear Friend – Greg Despinakis

We are saddened by the loss of one of our own, Greg Despinakis. Greg passed away peacefully on Wednesday December 6th and was laid to rest today Monday December 11th. Greg worked as a broker at Southpace for over 25 years and was an astute colleague, friend, and mentor. Everyone who knew Greg knew he had a passion for life, enjoying hobbies including game hunting and flying his Piper Cub. He will be severely missed at Southpace and amongst the community. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his daughters Stephanie, Harriet, and Pamela, his beloved Babs, and the rest of his family.

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Featured Property: 1109 E Park Drive

This week’s featured property is this excellent investment property at 1109 E Park Drive in Birmingham. We have recently reduced the price on the office building from $528,054 to $475,250. The building is currently 100% leased with 5 long term tenants. This well maintained, 2 story Class B building is 7,700 square feet has recently been renovated with a new roof, new gutters and all updated HVAC units. The property is conveniently situated near I-59 and just minutes from a thriving downtown.

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CRE Designations within Southpace

Every real estate broker is required by law to be licensed in the specific state in which he/she is practicing in. However, obtaining additional designations shows the individual’s commitment to continued development for excellence within the industry. Nonetheless, all of those letters superseding a broker’s name can be unrecognizable and often go overlooked because of it, so we’ve compiled an overview of the designations you can find our brokers at Southpace boasting. Continue reading “CRE Designations within Southpace”

Featured Property: Historic Enslen House

This week’s featured property is the historic Enslen House located at 2737 Highland Avenue South in the Highland Park neighborhood of downtown Birmingham across from Rhodes Park. The 8,274 square foot marble-clad building that once stood as the former Birmingham banker Eugene F. Enslen’s home has since been remodeled into an office space and has served as the Trimmier Law Office most recently. Continue reading “Featured Property: Historic Enslen House”