Five Points South is a delightful side of historic Birmingham offering restaurants, bars, boutiques, and most recently: a street wear retail center. Alchemy213 was created with the intention of expanding the creativity of the community. Now, this concept is bringing Alchemy to its new Five Points South location in Birmingham. Continue reading “Alchemy213 opens its new location in Five Points South”
Where will you be able to grab a beer, fresh tamales, and get your haircut all within a block of each other? FIVE POINTS SOUTH!
As someone relatively new to Birmingham, I can say that while I didn’t know much about all the cool, revitalized neighborhoods in the city, I did know about Five Points. Continue reading “Birmingham’s Five Points South; new businesses make life convenient and enjoyable”
Runners in Birmingham are no strangers to the various hills that are scattered around the city. It’s not always fun going uphill, but it makes for a great running workout. Continue reading “Six of the Best Hills to Run in Birmingham”
Last Saturday, I attended the VIP Viewing Party hosted by Young Pioneers for the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Five Points South. It was held at 5 Point Public House – a prime viewing spot for the parade. I had a great time. See why.
Yesterday morning, I wrote about the City Council’s approval of a proposed CrossPlex Village near Five Points West.
Yesterday afternoon, I was able to get in contact with the most visible voice of dissent: the Jefferson County Millennial Democrats.
Speaking with their treasurer, Emma Colburn, I was able to get a more in-depth analysis of why they object to the development approval.
The Birmingham City Council approved a Five Points West development by Urban Community Development Consortium, LLC, Regions Bank, and The Commercial Development Authority of the City of Birmingham. Continue reading “CrossPlex Village Approved in Five Points West”