Another day, another discussion among Birmingham residents about the future of our city.
Due to popular demand, I have pulled together some opinions from locals in regards to the post,
Poised for Demolition, the Fate of Southtown is yet to be Decided.
Continue reading “To Redevelop or Not? Opinions on Southtown Court’s Future”
Restoring, but never forgetting, the old buildings in a city is needed to progress through the years.
What better way for Columbiana to ring in the New Year by restoring the
Davis Drug Company building – the first of many.
A contributed photo given to the Shelby County Reporter depicts the beginnings of renovations started on Dec. 19th.
Continue reading “Shelby County follows the Magic City with Revitalization”
Where 280 and 119 meet, you know, where the Chick-fil-a is located, will eventually be home to a new development called Tattersall Park.
The land, which has been seemingly vacant for years, will begin its redevelopment process by introducing Next Levl (
reported on earlier) as the first tenant.
Inside look of the ‘extreme recreational park’ – Photo by: Patrick Jameson
Continue reading “Recreational Park Approved for HWY 280”
Expansion continues to be a trend for
Church of the Highlands, which currently has a head count of about 60,000 members.
Recently, the mega church purchased more land to cater to its members in Fultondale.
The main campus off of Grants Mill Road
Continue reading “Birmingham’s Mega Church Continues to Expand”
With the surge of commercial and residential throughout Birmingham, our city is growing without a doubt.
South of the Magic City, Alabaster’s Planning and Zoning Commission is close to a decision which will bring the municipal larger residential possibilities.
Near the Navajo Hills subdivision, a developer plans for Alabaster’s newest neighborhood.
Continue reading “New Neighborhood for Alabaster Coming Soon, if Decisions are Made…”
Since the launch of Bham Now in August of this year, we’ve continued to grow and
the loyalty and input from our audience – greatly appreciate you!
Just in case you missed them, here’s a quick recap of our top 10 most read stories to date.
Continue reading “Bham Now’s Most Read Stories”
There are a variety of housing projects in the Birmingham city limits and with the expanse of real estate development, some are becoming questionable assets.
Southtown, located between St. Vincent’s Hospital and UAB, is “set” to be demolished, but after Monday’s planned discussions, its future still is not clear.
Continue reading “Poised for Demolition, the Fate of Southtown is yet to be Decided”
The last 5 years have been huge for the Magic City and most counties in the Birmingham Metro area, but one county stands out among the rest; Jefferson, home to Vulcan.
Continue reading “Jefferson County comes in as #1 Alabama County in GDP Growth”
Every type of business is benefiting from the eagerness of developers to renovate downtown Birmingham.
Each piece of news to hit your fingers on Birmingham’s growth, although maybe small, continues to point towards a major comeback by the Magic City.
Continue reading “Freedom Manor Building to be Renovated”
Redevelopment here, Redevelopment there, Redevelopment everywhere!
Soon no building in Birmingham will be able to hide from aspiring developers wanting to reshape and transform the Magic City.
Continue reading “Redevelopment Targets Ensley’s former 5 Points West Library”
Birmingham’s food boom has also given rise to a big opportunity: solving hunger in the Magic City.
Continue reading “Birmingham moving beyond the ‘food desert’ label”
Among the variety of revitalized buildings is one that stands out – Pizitz, a
REV Birmingham project.
The mixed use project will offer commercial and residential spaces as well as feature Birmingham’s Reveal Kitchen to take in foodie entrepreneurs, and make their business grow even further.
Tropicaleo, winner of REV Birmingham’s Big Pitch Competition, will be the first tenant of the Reveal Kitchen!
Continue reading “Pizitz Reveal Kitchen Names First Tenant”
Revitalization – Ahhh, just the word makes me proud of Birmingham and how far we have come within the last year.
Many districts are thriving, while some are just now making some sort of an appearance. None the less, the Magic City is hoppin’ with new developments.
Continue reading “The Real Estate Boom Downtown – First Ave. North”
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With electric vehicles becoming more and more popular, Birmingham is working towards accommodating the environmentally friendly move. There have been sightings across the city for charging stations for these vehicles that are much needed. For example, you may have seen some EV charging stations in Five Points behind Jimmy John’s. Now, Uptown is joining the club!
Continue reading “Uptown is upgrading to EV charging stations”