“It’s the mother of all plant sales.”
One of the many staples that make up our growing city are the variety of food trucks available.
If you thought we didn’t have enough already, well you’re in luck. The newest food truck, City Bowls, is coming to town!
Last month, the Washington Post published a story about Birmingham, Alabama becoming a destination for travelers across the country.
According to a recent press release, Warby Parker is opening its newest location in one of the hottest redevelopments downtown – The Pizitz.
The Birmingham startup scene is getting a lot more interesting. Innovation Depot, which rents space and offers in-house resources to local startups, is ready to showcase almost a dozen different graduates of its Velocity accelerator program. Continue reading “Elite Birmingham startups prepare to strut their stuff”
Woodlawn Street Market returned for its third year this past Saturday and Birminghamians showed up in full force. REV Birmingham and the Woodlawn Business association started this fun event as an opportunity for local merchants to meet their customers and showcase their products. See what I found! Continue reading “Woodlawn Street Market: A Look at the Locals Revitalizing Woodlawn”
You can’t be bored in a city like this. Especially, this upcoming week. Grab your calendars and try to get out and enjoy these top events.
Casey Howard, Vice President & Associate Broker at Harbert Realty Services, was kind enough to give Bham Now a tour of the newly renovated and “work in progress” space at 2024 3rd Ave. N.
Laura Shaffer, co-director of Startup Grind Birmingham and local entrepreneur, has teamed up with her husband Bay Shaffer to create a sort of “uber for schooling” and education.
Ever heard the phrase, “wearing many hats?” Birmingham native, Rachel Williams wears as many as her clients need to get the job done! She tells us all about her professional organization and household management business, cleverly named ToDo4U.
Fig Tree Cafe, a “hidden gem tucked away in Cahaba Heights” has expanded in more ways than one.
According to a recent announcement, the cafe is now offering an expanded menu and larger area to enjoy their delicious eats.
Wyndy, easily connecting college baby sitters with parents.
The Pizitz, a newly found place to hangout, eat, drink, and be merry. Not only is it attracting the everyday consumer, but there is abundant space for commercial use as well.
Did you know the 2nd floor, mezzanine, will feature Forge, a new co-working space for small businesses?
One of the many staples of Birmingham’s revitalization involves renovations of historic buildings, transforming them into innovative spaces for our aspiring/growing businesses.