New $16.5M luxury multifamily apartment complex coming to Avondale

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A new multifamily apartment complex is coming to Avondale. Rendering via The Dobbins Group

Birmingham-based developer and real estate firm The Dobbins Group is working to develop a $16.5M luxury, multifamily apartment complex in Avondale. Here is what we know about the development.

The Details

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A bird’s eye view of the Avondale Entertainment District. Photo via Birmingham City Council

The two buildings will have a combined total of 96 one-, two- and three-bedroom units. Each unit will have 9-foot ceilings, walk-in closets, granite countertops and appliances like washer and dryers. In addition, the entire apartment complex will have access to fire pits and grills, a bocce ball lawn, pet areas and an elevated sunning deck.

The Dobbins Group, a Birmingham-based developer, is taking the lead on the project. On August 13, they closed on the properties for $1.5M and secured more than $11.7M in financing for the project. Arlington Construction Services is the General Contractor constructing the project.

Access to Avondale

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Avondale Brewing, one of the stars of Avondale. Photo by Beth Cunningham for Bham Now

Located at 4211 and 4241 Third Ave. South, the apartment complex will be within walking distance to all the great offerings in the Avondale Entertainment District, such as:

And much more.

The development marks a major milestone in the continued redevelopment of the Avondale neighborhood. The apartment complex replaces several run-down and abandoned homes just a few blocks from 41st Street.

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Nathan Watson
Nathan Watson

Senior Content Producer with Bham Now | Originally from Tennessee, Nathan moved to The Magic City after graduating from Birmingham-Southern College. Nathan is passionate about recognizing Birmingham's history and is thrilled to learn more about the big things planned for The Magic City's future.

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