Historic Building Renovations complete – Now ready for Operation

After $1 million of renovations, the former Alabama Department of Revenue building, located at 2024 Third Ave. North, has finally reopened to house new tenants!

The historic Massey Business College Building on Third Avenue North has undergone a $1 million renovation project to turn it into flex office spaces.
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Casey Howard of Harbert Realty Services is the leasing agent representing the new space and gave Bham Now wonderful details of the new space!

 

While maintaining the historic architecture, the renovated ExecuSuites building is comprised of three floors…

“The finishes/style of the bldg are amazing – the Owner, Jim Rowland, has brought the building back to some of its original finishes and history by exposing the original brick walls, beaded ceilings (14’+), but has also used tons of modern glass walls, shiplap, giant windows and skylights that bring in lots of natural light. ”

– Casey Howard

1st & 2nd Floor
  • 7,000 Sq. Feet
  • 2,000 Sq. Foot Mezzanine
  • “Built to Suit…”

“We are working now on 1st and 2nd floors of our building and will be targeting larger tenants that need 1,000-14,000sf of office space.

We can custom build to a tenant’s needs for these floors and rents are $18/sf Full Service.”

Howard

3rd Floor
  • 16 Individual Offices
  • 18 Open Work Spaces – Rented on a “month to month” basis ($350/mo)

There are 8 offices and 14 workstations left for lease negotiations. “We’re currently approximately 24% occupied” Howard explained.

Other Details/Offerings:
  • In-house Crafted Oak Desks
  • Access to Copying Services
  • Internet
  • Telephone
  • Utilities
  • Cleaning Services – for 1 to 2 person companies

Along with individual offices, conference rooms and common areas are available inside.


Birmingham keeps experiencing a great deal of revitalization because development firms continue renovating and redeveloping commercial property all over the city.

Keep it up!

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.