Birmingham is abuzz with new projects, many of which are designated as mixed-use. These are nine upcoming projects we can’t wait to see, including a recently-announced project in Forest Park.Continue reading “9 upcoming mixed-use projects in Birmingham, including one in Forest Park”
The City of Pelham, just 15 miles away from Birmingham, has approved development agreements for a massive mixed-use project that could enter construction as early as this fall. Find out about The Canopy at Oak Mountain, including residential dwellings, retail, restaurants and more.Continue reading “Major mixed-use development approved across from Pelham Civic Complex and Oak Mountain Amphitheatre”
Yet another exciting Birmingham, Alabama addition in the works! Plans for the newest Parkside addition are being unveiled, and we can’t wait. Where does the name Macaroni Lofts come from? What makes this development unique? Keep reading for these answers and more.Continue reading “Pasta plant turned mixed-use development– Macaroni Lofts are coming to Parkside”
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)”
Residential Ventures, a boutique development firm based in Denver, CO purchased $2.39M of downtown Birmingham property late last year. This week, plans were released for their property at 2216/2218 First Ave. N. to undergo a renovation expected to reach close to $4M.Continue reading “Historic First Avenue building gets a new lease on life with $4M multi-use renovation”
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.
One of the most anticipated openings for downtown.
The new 20 Midtown Publix is hoped to bring more consumers as well as create a viable grocery food option for the Magic City.