A brand-new entertainment district is coming to Pelham this fall. Campus No. 124 will house a brewery, restaurants, retail shops, entertainment venues, office space and more. Keep reading to get the scoop!
Campus No. 124 – The Basics
Get pumped, Pelham! The former Valley Elementary School off Hwy. 31 is currently being redeveloped by Schrimsher Properties. Although it’s just in the early stages, the project will reportedly include a mix of restaurants and brewpubs, as well as retail, office and entertainment space.
The name—Campus No. 124—is a tribute to the last three digits of Pelham’s zip code.
- Address: 2408 Pelham Pkwy, Pelham, AL 35124
- Timeline: Currently under construction, planned to open fall 2020
- Tenants: TBA. Interested in moving your business in? Learn more here.
This new complex is being renovated to mimic the success of Huntsville’s Campus No. 805. This project was headed up by the same developer, and if we know Birmingham metro residents, a similar venue has a good chance of being a slam-dunk.
Here’s a little preview of some of the things you can do at Campus No. 805:
- Eat a stone-fired pizza.
- BYOB while you take a painting class.
- Get a tattoo.
- Get your hair done.
- Satisfy your sushi craving.
- Drink a locally-brewed beer.
- Sip on a latté while you browse some vinyl records.
- Sing karaoke.
- Learn how to ballroom dance.
- Perfect your axe throwing skills.
- Compete in a trivia night or debut your stand-up comedy routine.
- Play virtual golf.
- Get… married? Yep! There’s a large event venue used for everything from fundraisers to weddings.
Big Things in the Works for Pelham
Located down the road from the Pelham Civic Complex and Oak Mountain State Park, this is a prime area for developers to launch a project of this scale.
They’re not the only ones who think so, either. Campus No. 124 is located just a hop, skip and a jump away from The Canopy at Oak Mountian. This project, announced in summer 2019, is a massive mixed-use development that will include residential dwellings, retail, restaurants and more.
All this action could mean a big win for economic development in Pelham and Shelby County—and that has us saying, “Cheers!”