The Bessemer area has exploded with new jobs and opportunities in the past couple years. One part that is now catching up with the times is the Bessemer Train Depot, now that it has been purchased by Brian Giattina, Blox CFO and founder of Bessemer Redevelopment Corps. Keep reading to see the past, present and future of this Bessemer icon.Continue reading “Bessemer Train Depot to get major redevelopment. Here’s how”
Urban Supply is changing the face of Parkside in Birmingham, bringing 100,000 square feet of retail, office and fitness spaces as well as restaurants and bars to the area. See what’s there, what’s happening and what’s coming to the coming-soon development that just broke ground.Continue reading “Get the latest on Birmingham’s upcoming Urban Supply development”
Denver-based firm Residential Ventures bought the former Sherman Industries’ concrete plant in Parkside. As a real estate company known for their multifamily developments, does this signal more apartments coming to the area? Here’s what we know so far.Continue reading “Are more multifamily apartments coming to Parkside?”
A 12,000 square foot mixed-use development located off Highway 280 near the Alabama 119 intersection has been proposed with multiple tenants signed on. Here’s what we know about the project including the list of future tenants and the tentative timeline.Continue reading “Cahaba Market, a new mixed-use development, proposed for Hwy 280”
Arbor Terrace, a new multi-use project, is coming to the former Trinity Medical Center site. Keep reading for more details on the $200 million development.Continue reading “Arbor Terrace, $200 million multi-use development, set to begin construction this fall at former Trinity Medical Center site”
A vacant five-story, 125,000 square-foot office building on 3rd Avenue North in downtown Birmingham is getting a facelift. New York developer Ed Ticheli is planning to redevelop the former American Red Cross building to fit 192 market rate workforce housing units.Continue reading “Former Red Cross building to be transformed into $28M, 192-room apartment project”
Parking—it’s a headache sometimes. Now that downtown Birmingham is bustling with new business, restaurants, apartments and hotels, where are we going to park? Well, we’re just in luck. The city’s Design Review Committee just gave the thumbs up for a new parking deck downtown and we’ve got the scoop.Continue reading “New Birmingham parking deck will bring over 700 parking spaces to downtown”
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”
The city of Birmingham has made major strides these past few years. There’s no denying that big things are coming to the Magic City!
Last year, Mayor Randall Woodfin introduced the city to the Birmingham Inclusive Growth (BIG) Partnership. This city-inspired, community-focused initiative aims to improve the quality of residents’ lives and produce tangible returns for investors.Read more
It’s no secret that Birmingham is a dream location for developers. The city offers a host of historic buildings just brimming with residential and commercial potential. Bham Now got to go behind the scenes of the city’s newest mixed-use renovation, and we’re taking you with us.Continue reading “We got a sneak preview of the Denham Building mixed-use renovation, now you do too (PHOTOS)”
Birmingham could be about to get another exciting mixed-use development project in the pipeline at a high-profile site, two blocks away from Railroad Park.
Construction recently started on a new residential development for Avondale called Cottages on Fifth. The white-brick courtyard homes are located on 3711 through 3729 Fifth Avenue South.
It is not an unusual sight to see old warehouses and industrial buildings being brought back to life around Birmingham…or brand new buildings going up.
Bham Now is always interested in the real estate and business development going on in the city. We try to investigate the exciting news of revitalization and renovations downtown, the Southside and in our suburbs. Here are a few updates and some insight from a local real estate expert. Continue reading “Real estate roundup: Birmingham’s downtown, Southside, suburbs”
Liberty Parkway will be widened to four lanes as a part of a redevelopment project and cooperative agreement between the two cities and Jefferson County.