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Cahaba Cycles first tenant in new Homewood development

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A redeveloped property in Homewood is getting a new location for Cahaba Cycles.

The former Jim & Jim’s Auto Shop site, at 1724 27th Court South, will soon be home to the relocated bicycle store and service center.

Commercial real estate firm Shannon Waltchack is leading the redevelopment, with construction management by Capital Program Management, LLC. Cahaba Cycles owner Faris Malki and CPM’s Tim Coker are also partners/owners in the deal.

The redevelopment, across the street from the new Valley Hotel and Edgar’s Bakery, will have two remaining retail bays for lease after the relocation of Jim & Jim’s Body Shop later this year.

In addition, Malki will partner with Domestique Coffee on a new breakfast/coffee bar concept in its new space. Malki’s new location will also have a covered community space out front with benches and tables for gathering.

Malki said the it will “bring together the excellent service that our customers have grown to love and the opportunity to implement new ideas we’ve been cultivating through the years.”

“We look forward to enhancing the cycling community in Homewood with great service, best in class product, top notch coffee, and craft brews on tap in the near future,” Malki said.

Shannon Waltchack broker Michael Murray, who is currently seeking additional tenants, said the remaining bays have 7,775 and 5,750 square feet of space

“SW is proud to have a well-known and respected Homewood-based retailer as a partner in this redevelopment effort,” Murray said. “Cahaba Cycles is the flagship tenant we were looking for, with their established brand and strong following. We are excited about the potential for the remaining spaces.”

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