Almost five years after it was vacated, the former Trinity/Baptist Montclair Medical Center site is slated to be transformed into a multi-use campus. The new $200 million project inside Birmingham’s city limits will include corporate headquarters, residential, medical and community-oriented retail and café spaces.
Have you ever wondered how places and buildings like The Lyric, the Denham Building and Regions Field are saved and re-developed?
Since 1965, the 186 Building stood as one of the most recognizable buildings in West Homewood. However, this former self-service car wash building fell into disrepair over the years. Now, new owner Ignite Properties gave this iconic building a facelift. Check out all the perks of working at the 186 Building.Continue reading “West Homewood’s 186 Building gets a huge makeover (Photos)”
In September of 2019, locals rejoiced when Homewood’s historic Pink House was saved from a redeveloper’s wrecking ball. Now, a local filmmaker has created a short documentary about the residence. The Pink House documentary premieres tonight, January 30 at 7PM in Homewood City Hall. Learn more.Continue reading “The Pink House documentary premieres tonight at Homewood City Hall at 7PM”
Downtown Birmingham just. keeps. going. Big plans have been getting announced left and right, and we are loving in energy in our Magic City. A new brand for Birmingham’s innovation district was just unveiled, and we’ve got all the details.Continue reading ““A destination for innovation.” The Switch is coming to downtown Birmingham”
More office space is in the works for 2nd Avenue South in Birmingham’s North Lakeview Historic District. Check out what’s to come.Continue reading “Redevelopment brings office space to Birmingham’s 2nd Avenue South”
Birmingham continues to boom and we love to see it! Big opportunities are coming to the city. Local leaders and organizations presented the master plan for the city center earlier this December. Keep reading to see what the future holds for our wonderful Magic City.Continue reading “Birmingham’s Master Plan Was Revealed and We’ve Got the Rundown. (PHOTOS included)”
Five Points South may soon become Birmingham’s next Entertainment District. What does this mean?Continue reading “Five Points South could be Birmingham’s next Entertainment District. Hearing on December 17”
Listen up, Birmingham! There’s a new community-based music program headed to Woodlawn. Thanks to the owner of Mason Music, the former Woodlawn Theatre space is getting a new lease on life. Read on to find out more.Continue reading “Mason Music Foundation empowering students, reviving Woodlawn Theatre”
Something huge is brewing in downtown Birmingham. Next September marks the 10 year anniversary of Railroad Park’s opening, and over the past decade, the area surrounding the park has taken on a life of its own. Some big players in Birmingham have teamed up on a master plan for Parkside—keep reading to find out what’s coming.Continue reading ““A pivotal moment for the city of Birmingham.” Something BIG is coming to Parkside”
In 1983, US Steel sold Ensley’s Ramsay-McCormick building to the City of Birmingham for $1. Now, 36 years later, this 1929 Art Deco building is about to get some major TLC. Keep reading for all the details.Continue reading “Ensley’s Ramsay-McCormick Building is about to get some major TLC from the City of Birmingham.”
Last week, the Housing Authority of the Birmingham District (HABD) took a big step forward in the renewal of Southtown Court. The HABD board of commissioners unanimously approved the agreement for the redevelopment plan for Southtown. Here’s what you need to know.Continue reading “Big changes coming to the Southtown neighborhood in Birmingham. Find out the latest details here.”
Have you heard of the Prince Hall Masonic Temple? Once the cornerstone of Birmingham’s black community, the Masonic Temple Building has since fallen into a state of disrepair. However, the Prince Hall Masons are determined to restore this historic building to its full potential. Hang with me to follow my tour through this cultural jewel of Birmingham’s history.Continue reading “A sneak peek inside Birmingham’s cultural jewel – Prince Hall Masonic Temple. Photos!”