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.
HealthSouth, which rebranded as Encompass Health, moved to a new headquarters building at Liberty Park in 2018. The Grandview Plaza building, along with a nearby parking deck and warehouse building, were purchased by the Church of the Highlands in early 2020 to serve as future expansion space for its "Highlands College" program in the former Cahaba Center at Grandview conference center.
- 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
- Van der Bijl, Hanno (January 10, 2020) "Church of the Highlands buys U.S. 280 properties for college campus in $34.9M deals." Birmingham Business Journal
- Cahaba Center at Grandview website