We’ve got the sneak preview of Birmingham’s new Protective Stadium site (Photos).

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The new Protective Stadium is gonna be pretty.
Look at that—the latest renderings for the new Protective Stadium. From Populous

Can’t you just hear the roar of the crowd in the new Protective Stadium? After all the years of talk, it’s hard to believe that it’s now officially on its way.

We’ve got the latest architectural renderings, and they bring the vision to life. Read on for all the details.

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Get a sneak peek at renderings for under the 59/20 bridges. 6 things you need to know.

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One idea of what it could look like under the 59/20 bridge when all is said and done.
One idea of what it could look like under the bridge when all is said and done. Rending from 59/20 Bridge Facebook page

Right now, while the highways are undergoing a complete renovation, it’s hard to imagine what will go in under the 59/20 bridges. But even as motorists and pedestrians marvel at the ever-changing cityscape, the people behind the scenes are busy planning some pretty cool features. If you thought we were just getting new bridges out of the deal, you’re mistaken.

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Birmingham real estate forecast: exciting new developments, historic renovations

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Denham project. Via- Third & Urban

Areas of Birmingham that a decade ago were marred with darkened, abandoned old buildings, empty warehouses and cracked asphalt have been revitalized. With revitalization comes momentum. You know the saying “a body in motion stays in motion.”

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This is what I-59/20 could look like! See examples from Atlanta and Dallas. (Part 3/3)

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By Cary Estes

I20/59 lowered proposal
Rendition of lowered I20/59 with park on top

The March of the Millennials has replaced the White Flight of the 1960s and ‘70s. For several decades, urban areas throughout the United States – including Birmingham – steadily lost residential population to the surrounding suburbs. There were a variety of reasons for this, including racial and social issues. But the bottom line was that many downtowns were active only during business hours, with the buildings and streets becoming deserted beginning at 5:01 p.m. each day.

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