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?””
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.”
Row5 will resemble a luxury style of housing in the popular Morris Avenue sector of Downtown.
The development is one of many which is meeting the demand to provide more housing options for future residents.
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”.
2008 was hard on real estate, and Birmingham was not far from the negative impact, but we aren’t called the Magic City for nothing.
This November proved that comebacks are not only for the karate kid 😉
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.