An exciting new mixed-use development is moving forward in Birmingham. Urban Supply, the latest project from Orchestra Partners, is on its way to Parkside. Here’s what we know.Continue reading “Urban Supply, new mixed-use development coming to Parkside in 2021”
All around the country, small and local businesses are feeling pressure as their customers begin to self-isolate. In order to help out their tenants, several Birmingham property owners are offering waived or deferred rent (as well as other creative solutions) until this outbreak clears up.Continue reading “Several Birmingham property owners offering creative help to their tenants”
If you live in Birmingham, you’ve seen the work of Orchestra Partners across town. This real estate development firm is a little different from the rest, focusing on historical buildings and breathing new life into Birmingham’s core neighborhoods. Learn more about their team and the work they’re doing to make Birmingham a better place to live!Continue reading “Building a better Birmingham: meet the team shaking things up at Orchestra Partners”
The Studio Arts Building in Five Points South is available for rent, y’all, and it’s definitely worth checking out. We all know Five Points continues to grow–in fact, since 2017 there’s been over $145 million in investments in the area, thanks to developers like Orchestra Partners. You can get in on the action now. Here’s more info about the space!Continue reading “Looking for retail space right in the middle of the action? Check out the Studio Arts Building in Five Points”
Five Points Lane, the Orchestra Partners development on 20th Street, is heating up with the addition of popular Birmingham restaurant Bayleaf Authentic Indian Cuisine. The restaurant opened last week, and we’re excited. We toured the space and spoke with the owners for more information. Check it out!Continue reading “Indian restaurant Bayleaf opens in Five Points Lane development featuring Bombay/Mumbai street food”
You’ve probably seen the work of Birmingham real estate developer Orchestra Partners across town (The Essential, anyone?). But did you know they incubated a startup that’s changing the game for property management? Read on to get the scoop.Continue reading “The Uber of property maintenance: How Birmingham startup Maestro is disrupting the industry through technology”
There’s ALWAYS something new to taco ’bout in Avondale! Today, it’s the upcoming addition of local favorite Cantina Tortilla Grill. The restaurant will move from its current Pepper Place location to Avondale early fall 2019. We’ve got all the details.Continue reading “Cantina Tortilla Grill in Pepper Place will relocate to Avondale spot this fall”
From its old buildings to its popular, local businesses, Avondale oozes authentic, Birmingham charm. Find out what changes are coming to the area, making it an even better and more convenient place to eat, drink, and play this summer.Continue reading “Excitement is brewing in Avondale. Here are 7 updates you don’t want to miss”
Orchestra Partners, the commercial real estate development company behind Founders Station, Woolworth and projects around Avondale is redeveloping a major portion of Birmingham’s iconic Morris Avenue and 1st Avenue North.
Here’s what to know about Nighthawk: AM, Unplugged, Bayleaf Authentic Indian Cuisine and Domestique Panache—all set to open in spring/summer 2019 in Orchestra Partners’ highly anticipated redevelopment of Five Points Lane in Birmingham.Continue reading “4 tenants opening in Five Points Lane in mid-2019, including Nighthawk: AM”
Psst…our Avondale favorites have a new owner. But don’t worry, your sushi burritos and barbecue will still be as tasty as ever.
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.
Think of Five Points South.
It’s growing with food, bars, and hangouts. For some time, the area has been hoppin’, and it certainly isn’t slowing down. This historic Birmingham neighborhood was one of Birmingham’s first streetcar suburbs. The Elyton Land Company, established a streetcar line that connected “Highland” with downtown. So, it has always been on the leading edge of movement.
Some time later this year, a social house, (bowling concept if you will) is being planned by Orchestra Partners.