The building, built in 1997 as the headquarters for HealthSouth, originally featured a private elevator for executives, a trophy room for then-CEO Richard Scrushy's awards and souvenirs, and a company store. The architect for the project was Birmingham's CLJ Associates, Inc, though Scrushy himself was actively involved in the design.
The 5-building campus was sold in March 2008 to Daniel Corporation. HealthSouth entered into a long-term contract to remain the major tenant in the building. Daniel moved their corporate headquarters into the building, and also signed the Education Corporation of America to a lease in the building.
- Kent, Dawn (March 21, 2008) "Nexity Bank to join new Daniel corporate campus." The Birmingham News
- Hubbard, Russell & Dawn Kent (June 2, 2007) "Unused hospital, HQ sold." The Birmingham News
- Kent, Dawn. (January 23, 2008) "Developer Daniel Corp. strikes deal with HealthSouth to buy U.S. 280 campus in Birmingham, Alabama." The Birmingham News
- West, Ty (March 27, 2009) "Daniel's big deal: Cahaba Center at Grandview makes waves." Birmingham Business Journal
- Cahaba Center at Grandview website