Popular Demand Within Districts Calls for Continuous Renovation

There are certain levels of demand for every district in Birmingham, some more so than others, and many are making a comeback.

Story of our city’s emerging resurgence, am I right?

Five Points South is one of the most visited and populated areas in town at peak business hours. This calls for renovation of “out-dated” buildings. Next up, The Highland Building.

Photo Provided By: BBJ
Photo Provided By: BBJ

On the corner of Highland Ave. and 20th Street South, this historic 1920’s building is set for improvements. With a total of 14,820 sq. ft., it is sort of a corner stone within the Five Points area. 


As reported by the BBJ, this is one of the 40 most anticipated renovation projects set for Bham. For the area in particular, big brand names are set to step foot in the district; all of this is to bring people back downtown, which will increase residential demand, which is hosted by another project set to impact our city!

The plans for renovation are to take the hallmark building back to its historic aesthetic and feel.

Adding value does not always mean keeping up with the times on the outside. Our city’s history is rich in parts and keeping the over all feel positive and inviting is super important.  

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Wade Cline

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