Questions rise for Coca Cola property - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Questions rise for Coca Cola property

Big Springs Inc, the owners of the property, said they expect the lot to be cleared in about a month.(Source:MGN Oniline) Big Springs Inc, the owners of the property, said they expect the lot to be cleared in about a month.(Source:MGN Oniline)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Questions are swirling about the future of old Coca Cola plant in downtown Huntsville.

Big Springs Inc, the owners of the property, said Friday morning that they expect the lot to be cleared in about a month.

We're told the site will be leveled and covered with grass.

Once that happens, the lot will be inspected and could trigger an existing sales contract with a mystery buyer.

Who owns that contract is still undisclosed right now.

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