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.”
If you have been following along, the debate on redeveloping Southtown Court continues to pick up steam.
Whether for or against, here is what the experts have to say about the benefits redeveloping Southtown would bring to Birmingham.
2016 brought wind of a potential redevelopment of the Southtown Court property located between UAB and Saint Vincent’s Hospital on University Boulevard.
In a recent report, we discovered how important the decision to redevelop or not to truly is, and what the community thinks.
There are three major discussions/projects on the table of the Housing Authority of the Birmingham District (HABD) right now – possible Southtown redevelopment, Freedom Manor Renovations, and the Loveman Village “de-densifying”.
Another day, another discussion among Birmingham residents about the future of our city.
Due to popular demand, I have pulled together some opinions from locals in regards to the post, Poised for Demolition, the Fate of Southtown is yet to be Decided.
There are a variety of housing projects in the Birmingham city limits and with the expanse of real estate development, some are becoming questionable assets.
Southtown, located between St. Vincent’s Hospital and UAB, is “set” to be demolished, but after Monday’s planned discussions, its future still is not clear.
Every type of business is benefiting from the eagerness of developers to renovate downtown Birmingham.
Each piece of news to hit your fingers on Birmingham’s growth, although maybe small, continues to point towards a major comeback by the Magic City.