Redevelopment continues in Southside with new office and retail space

A rendering of the new mixed-use project in Southside. Photo courtesy of Highpointe Properties

The Alabama Pump & Supply Co. building on 4th Avenue South is getting a new lease on life. Highpointe Properties, LLC is redeveloping the Southside space and adding a new building next door—keep reading for the scoop!

The Developer

Highpointe Properties is located in Pelham and specializes in land deals for homebuilders. Connor Farmer of Highpointe said the Southside property was an attractive deal due to all of the recent activity in Birmingham. 

“The Birmingham market is really appreciating right now,” he said. 

Southside is on 🔥

Dread River is one of many recent developments in the Southside area. Photo via Jon Eastwood for Bham Now

Southside, in particular, is experiencing a lot of growth. The project joins other planned developments in the area, including the redevelopment of Southtown Court, a new Cookout location and Lakeview Green

Recent projects like The Battery and Dread River Distilling Co. are drawing even more interest to the area. 

The New Development: Office & Retail 

A rendering of the new mixed-use project in Southside. Photo courtesy of Highpointe Properties

The architect for the project is Black Design Architecture. Here’s a breakdown of the development:

  • Redevelopment of an existing 2,200 square-foot building 
  • Addition of a parking lot and new 3,500 square-foot building
  • The new building will have a balcony with views of downtown Birmingham. 

The project is located in an opportunity zone, so developers are hoping it will qualify for tax credits as major improvements are planned. 

What’s Next

The Alabama Pump and Supply Co. building at 2216 4th Ave. S. will be redeveloped as part of the project. Photo via Taylor Babington for Bham Now

Plans are being drawn now, and Farmer said construction should start in the next few months if permitting and plans progress accordingly. 

Have you been to Southside lately? What are your thoughts on the redevelopment? Let us know @BhamNow!