A mystery re-imagine planned for an old Birmingham building

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Its been purchased. Via- Cameron Balentine.

Maybe you’ve seen the mysterious letters D.VK.D. painted on the old lavender colored  building on 12th Street and 1st Avenue South.

The mystery continues!  Third & Urban the developers of the old 1927 building are not quite ready to share the meaning behind these cryptic letters. It seems Third & Urban may have some exciting plans for this property.

Denham Building
A clue perhaps? Via- Cameron Balentine.

Atlanta real estate development company, Third & Urban are behind the development of multiple urban-adaptive reuse projects in Atlanta. More and more creative urban re-developers are turning old factories and warehouses into a mixed-use spaces. Third & Urban has revitalized several former urban eyesores, creating brewery space, retail/office and high-end residential spaces.

One such project is COMMON GROUND, on Eastside Trail of the Atlanta Belt Line, just south of Ponce City Market. Common Ground is a reimagined grand warehouse with airy, well-lit corridors and a dynamic, contemporary feel throughout. 

Denham Building
Common Ground. Via-www.atlanta.curbed.com.

Will The Denham Building in Birmingham be a similar retail, residential and entertainment use property?

Wonder what this will eventually be? Via – Cameron Balentine.

The Third & Urban website says this space will be transformed into an exciting blend of retail, office space and unique upscale residential spaces. The Denham Building looks like it will be a future destination for young professionals ready to live and work  amid the renaissance taking place in Birmingham.

Plan for The Denham. Via- www.thirdandurban.com.

For now we wait…and wonder just what exciting plans are in the works…and what those mysterious letters, D. VK. D. mean.

Awaiting revitalization. Via- Cameron Balentine.
Let Bham Now know what your theories are! And what about that lavender paint?