Business events – January 2022


Daniel and Tami Manofsky on November 20 opened a 1,200 square foot store called that of Anatole, 5413 US 280, Suite 101, which specializes in bicycle, skateboard and surf articles and clothing, as well as repairs. The store is located in the new Cahaba Market Mall, adjacent to the Cavender West Clothing Store on US 280. Anatole’s Bike Skate Surf on Facebook

Dunkin ‘ opened a new donut and cafe at 5413 US 280, Suite 100, in the new Cahaba Market mall, next to the West Cavender clothing store.

Burlington is now open at 5275 US 280, Suite 119, in the Brook Highland Shopping Center. It offers clothing for men, women and children, as well as home decor items, gifts, beauty items and more. 205-236-2978

Oak House, an upscale American restaurant, recently opened at 300 Carlow Lane in the Dunnavant Valley. Owner Travis Grappo is a resident of Mt Laurel who wanted to bring a new dining option to the area where he lives. Oak House will offer items such as steak, seafood, pasta and desserts as well as a full bar.


Prover at Grande View plans to open a retirement home at 700 Corporate Ridge Road in the Meadow Brook area.

Alabama Goodwill Industries recently announced the upcoming opening of a new shopping and donation center at Brook Highland Shopping Center.

News and Achievements

Grandview Cancer Center, 3690 Grandview Parkway, has been nationally recognized as a National Pancreas Foundation (NPF) Approved Center by the National Pancreas Foundation. MFN centers are awarded after a rigorous audit review to determine that an institution’s focus is on the multidisciplinary treatment of pancreatic cancer, treating the “whole patient” with an emphasis on the best possible outcomes and better quality of life. “Being named by the National Pancreas Foundation as Alabama’s first and only center of excellence for the pancreas means that our team is recognized for their expertise in the treatment of patients with pancreatic disease, at both benign and malignant, ”said Grandview Cancer Center team surgeon Dr. John Christein. 205-971-1000

Staff movements

LEAVE Royal Realty, 13521 Old Highway 280, Suite 249, is pleased to welcome Lindsey kenwright to his team. 205-848-2228

Regions, with offices at 102 Inverness Plaza, 341 Summit Blvd. and 5420 US 280, recently announced Brad kimbrough will retire on February 28 after a career of nearly 29 years at the bank, the last 14 of which as Controller and Chief Accounting Officer. Kimbrough will be replaced as controller by Anil chadha, a 20-year banking industry veteran who joined Regions in 2011 and currently serves as Head of Shared Services and Risk Analysis. Chadha will lead the bank’s larger group of supervisors, which includes Karin Allen, who has been elevated by the regions to the post of deputy controller and accounting director. In addition, James eastman of the group of controllers has been appointed deputy controller and will manage the controller functions of the business unit. Jon harden will continue as responsible for accounting and treasury operations.

Warren Averett, 2500 Acton Road, recently announced promotions in its Birmingham office: Aaron nelson, asset Management; Jennifer peemble, health care; Jim lazenby, asset management; Michel nix, Audit; Michel Rebarchak, Audit; and Ryan grauel, Audit. 205-979-4100


Christian Brothers Automotive, 6612 Tattersall Lane, recently celebrated the first anniversary of its location in Tattersall Park. It offers a variety of auto care services including servicing, maintenance and repair. 205-598-3106

Sports bars on foot, 6401 Tattersall Drive, recently celebrated the second anniversary of its location in Tattersall Park. 205-538-2700

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