The Pizitz – Opening Soon

Known to many as Birmingham’s “Foodie Heaven”, The Pizitz, the innovative take on a mixed-used projects, will be opening very soon.

This is one of the most anticipated openings in Birmingham for 2017.

Check out the details:

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Respectively holding onto our past, while keeping up with the times. The Pizitz will be one of the staples that continues the trend of revitalization for North Side.

The redevelopment consists of 3 major parts:

Food Hall

This will cater to many styles of cuisine from Ethiopia, India, Israel, and Mexico, to name a few. It will be like nothing else in Birmingham.

  • 14 Food Stalls
  • 3 Restaurants
  • 2 Shops
  •  a Bar – “The Louis” named after Louis Pizitz – founder of the department store which occupied the building in 1899

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Residential Space

Housing 143 multi-family units, the top 6 floors are the perfect spot for any Birminghamian who wants to immerse themselves into the growing city.

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Office Space

14,000 Square Feet of office space will be over looking the food hall.

Where would the Pizitz be without an option for rising businesses to set up and continue to grow within our business district?

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Extra’s

To bring it full circle, the building will also house the head quarters of Sidewalk Film Festival including 2 Independent Movie theaters – seating 100 each.


Parking has and continues to be difficult down town, but Pizitz, being located and attached to the parking deck on 19th St. North, will allow for FREE two hour parking.

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If free doesn’t entice you enough, consider how important The Pizitz is for our city.

The rise in demand for more office and residential space is very evident. Pizitz will add to this in a new, fun, and innovative way.

Restaurant space is also in high demand as Birmingham continues to become known as a foodie city.

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Therefore, with The Pizitz being known as the foodie’s paradise, it’s clearly working toward the goal of putting us on the map in that kind of way.

Author: Wade Cline

Marketing Producer at Bham Now, Tech Junkie, Foodie, Bham Lover, Movie Snob, Wannabe Quantum Physicist. You can likely find me either at Trim Tab Brewing or O'henry's Coffee in Homewood.