Construction is officially underway for Lakeview Green, an all-new mixed-use apartment complex in Birmingham’s Lakeview District. Word on the street—it features a unique living and green space. Maybe it’s my love for urban planning talking but this project looks A-MAZ-ING!Continue reading “Mixed-use project, Lakeview Green, is coming to Birmingham’s Southside”
When I visited the highly anticipated Metropolitan apartment community in Lakeview recently, construction crews were putting the finishing touches on the amenity areas. Now it’s furnished, and I’m blown away. Check out the magazine-level designer style and four more reasons you must see the Metropolitan, even if you’re not apartment shopping…yet.Continue reading “Designer style and 4 other must-experience features that set the Metropolitan in Lakeview apart”
More living space is being renovated in downtown. Check out the details on The Franklin.
Is there a “missing middle” in Birmingham residential real estate development? The plan for the historic Stonewall Building downtown might be providing some of that missing real estate. Continue reading “Affordable apartments planned in downtown Birmingham, answer to “missing middle?””
Maybe you’ve seen the mysterious letters D.VK.D. painted on the old lavender colored building on 12th Street and 1st Avenue South. Continue reading “A mystery re-imagine planned for an old Birmingham building”
V Apartments in Vestavia have major renovations underway. And they’re not the only ones in the area getting a facelift.
Looking for a place to live? Check out these new apartments in Birmingham that have recently-opened or are under construction!
Birmingham’s building boom continues to send ripples of construction activity throughout the downtown area and nearby neighborhoods. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the housing market, as numerous new condominiums, apartment complexes and mixed-use developments have popped up throughout the city center over the past few years.
One of the most anticipated openings for downtown.
The new 20 Midtown Publix is hoped to bring more consumers as well as create a viable grocery food option for the Magic City.
A high demand for business spaces, within downtown, is raising demand for living units among populated areas.
UAB, being quite the central location in terms of populous on southside, will soon receive brand new apartment units to continue many developers wishes to keep consumers in the Magic City.
Birmingham’s young professional demographic has grown 3x the national average between 2010-2015 and now makes up almost 6% of Birmingham’s population. How many people is that? 12.5K YP’s called Birmingham home in 2015, up from 8K in 2010. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau).
The ‘Ham now ranks 64th out of 150 large U.S. cities for YP growth, up 40 spots from 2010.
YP’s have been attracted to Birmingham’s revitalized areas including Avondale, Woodlawn and Lakeview, as well as downtown.