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The Wharf Condos for Sale
The Wharf condos overlooking the marina and Intracoastal Canal

The Wharf at Orange Beach is one of the most unique and all-inclusive venues in the Gulf Coast region. Whether you are single, married, have kids or don't, the Wharf has something fun to offer you. There are several condominium units available for sale within the Wharf property itself. Established in 2007, there are 190 units on the property ranging from one to four bedrooms with a total square footage of 827 to 3,155. If your intent is to invest in Orange Beach real estate you will be interested in the following annual rental revenue production numbers at The Wharf: 1 BR: $19,000+ and 2BR & 3BR units can bring in more than $30,000.

Whether or not you are interested in investing in real

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Fairhope Brewing Company
Fairhope Brewing Company in Fairhope, AL

Few things rival the satisfaction of an ice cold craft brew on a hot Alabama summer day. The
 craft beer scene has exploded across the United States in recent years thanks to the loosening of local
 alcoholic beverage regulations and coastal Alabama is no exception to this trend. In Baldwin County,
 Alabama, you will find two exceptional craft breweries; Fairhope Brewing Company and Big Beach 
Brewing Company. In neighboring Mobile County across Mobile Bay, you will find an outstanding trio of 
newly opened craft breweries: Serda Brewing Company, Haint Blue Brewing Company, and Iron Hand 
Brewing Company.


Big Beach Brewing Company, a mere two miles north of downtown Gulf Shores, has a tap
station of twelve

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The family firm of Walcot Adams Verneuille was chosen as the group to redesign the community park, Clay Adams didn't take it lightly.  Adam's was part of the wellspring community action and fundraising established almost twenty years ago.  The park sprawls over 2 acres and is located on Church st. in downtown Fairhope, AL.

Over the past several years, the coastal air has not been kind to the equipment and the three playground area's need to be replaced with modern equipment.  The patrons who attend the park generally come in from either Daphne or Thomas Hospital because the Fairhope equipment hands out splinters than no one wants.

To pay for the renovation, Fairhope has been granted access to leftover funds in the amount of $429,000 from the BP oil

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