Where 280 and 119 meet, you know, where the Chick-fil-a is located, will eventually be home to a new development called Tattersall Park.
The land, which has been seemingly vacant for years, will begin its redevelopment process by introducing Next Levl (reported on earlier) as the first tenant.
For years, Airwalk has reigned as THE park for “extreme recreation” in Birmingham, but its owners CircusTrix, which also own Next Levl, have decided to switch and move locations.
The 30,000 sq. foot facility, is not only twice as big, but will also offer many more options than Airwalk.
- Rock Climbing Walls
- Foam Pits
- American Ninja Warrior-style Obstacle Course
- Flying Trapeze
- Aerial Silks and Slacklines
- Fitness Classes
- Family Nights
- Kid Jumps
- Club Nights for Teenagers & College Nights
“Construction is just beginning on the Next Levl facility, and company officials hope to have it built and ready to open in May…
The building will be located behind the La-Z-Boy store and next to a recently approved Blue Rain Express Car Wash. It will have 118 parking spaces, Bell said.”
– Marcus Hardy, Spokesman for CircusTrix, told the Hoover Sun