Former Dothan School Offices May Become Movie Studio, Venerable Robertsdale Hardware Store Marks Milestone

Former Dothan school offices may become movie studio
A movie producer who recently moved from Los Angeles back to his hometown of Dothan is looking to repurpose former school offices into a production studio. Stephen Durham, who produced the 2020 film “Army of One,” said the studio could bring more filming to Dothan.  – Dothan Eagle

Huntsville, Dothan complexes part of $67.5 million deal
New York-based Adar Property Group bought the Park at Ashburn apartment community in Dothan, and Dallas-based Lurin Capital bought Park and Bellingham and Summerhill in Huntsville as part of a $67.5 million deal that also included two Georgia properties. The properties were acquired from Tampa’s Blue Magma Residential and Charlotte’s Auerbach Funds.  – Birmingham Business Journal

Venerable Robertsdale hardware store marks milestone
Robertsdale’s Campbell Hardware & Supply Co. has been in the same location for 75 years, and a community celebration marked the occasion. Founded in 1946 and now owned by Nelson Wingo, the son of one of the original owners, Campbell’s was awarded Alabama’s Small Business of the Year Gold Award in 2018. – Gulf Coast News Today

TSG wins bid to upgrade APT distribution
A Baton Rouge company, Technical Services Group, has been awarded the bid to upgrade the statewide microwave distribution system for Alabama Public Television. Thirty locations will be upgraded with high-speed IP components from Florida’s Vislink. – Sports Video Group

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