Are more multifamily apartments coming to Parkside?

The Sherman Industries cement plant. 1100 2nd Ave. S. Photo by Jon Eastwood for Bham Now

Denver-based firm Residential Ventures bought the former Sherman Industries’ concrete plant in Parkside. As a real estate company known for their multifamily developments, does this signal more apartments coming to the area? Here’s what we know so far.

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Urban Supply, new mixed-use development coming to Parkside in 2021

If the renderings look this good, we can’t wait to see the real thing. Rendering via Orchestra Partners

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.

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Look for new life at the old Hardwick building at the end of the Rotary Trail in Birmingham (PHOTOS)

The Hardwick
The Hardwick, as seen from The Rotary Trail. Photo supplied

One of the beautiful things about Birmingham is the way that historic buildings have been given new life to carry them well into the future. Bayer Properties, the company that brought us The Pizitz and The Summit, is planning to turn The Hardwick into a mixed-use community hub with offices and restaurants. 

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Monday Night Brewing to open brewpub in Parkside District by 2020

Their motto? Weekends are overrated. Monday Night Brewing wants Birmingham to join them and stop living for the weekend. Instead they want us to enjoy every single day as much as we can. Photo via Monday Night Brewing Facebook

Some good news for your Wednesday: Another brewery is heading to Birmingham. CHEERS! The Monday Night brewpub is set to open in 2020—get all the details here!

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5 new residential developments to keep your eye on in Birmingham’s Parkside

Cranes are a common sight in Parkside as the area continues to grow! (Photo by Bham Now)

The flurry of activity continues in Parkside. In April, developers announced plans for two additional high-rise apartment buildings set to start construction this year. Find out what’s in store for the two properties, as well as an update on what other residential and mixed use buildings are in the works for the district on Birmingham’s west side.

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