20 Midtown development announces 3 new tenants

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A rendering of upcoming third building at 20 Midtown. Rendering via CCR Architecture & Interiors

Three exciting new tenants have been announced for the third phase of 20 Midtown, the popular mixed-use development in-between Birmingham’s Parkside and Southside districts. Here are all the details.

20 Midtown welcomes Panda Express, Milo’s and Nail Resort

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Milo’s Hamburgers will return to downtown Birmingham at 20 Midtown. Rendering via CCR Architecture & Interiors

20 Midtown, the massive development on the south side of Birmingham, has announced three new tenants that will be taking up residence in the third building. Here are the details:

Panda Express Chinese Kitchen will offer dine-in & drive-through service, in a 2,500-square-foot space.

Milo’s Hamburgers returns to downtown Birmingham with a 3,200-square-foot space at 20 Midtown, indoor & outdoor seating, AND a double drive-through.

Nail Resort will offer a ton of perks to those looking to live their best lives, including nail care, waxing, facials, massages, nail polishes and much more.

In addition to the three new retailers, 20 Midtown will include an apartment leasing & maintaince office for the entire development.

A Flurry of Activity at 20 Midtown

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Construction on 20 Midtown Development in downtown Birmingham. Photo via Jacob Blankenship for Bham Now

In case you haven’t noticed, 20 Midtown has been abuzz with activity. The developments’s long-awaited third (and final) building kicked off construction earlier this year. Once complete, the five-story building will take up an entire city block between 20th Street South and 3rd Avenue South. In addition to the new tenants, 20 Midtown’s third building will house 312 residential apartment units, ranging from 400 to 1,700 square feet.

Several firms are involved in the project, including:

Excited to see 20 Midtown’s third building take shape? Stay tuned to Bham Now for the latest.


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