Arbor Terrace, a new multi-use project, is coming to the former Trinity Medical Center site. Keep reading for more details on the $200 million development.Continue reading “Arbor Terrace, $200 million multi-use development, set to begin construction this fall at former Trinity Medical Center site”
If you own a home in Birmingham, you might have gotten a notice about forbearance from your mortgage company. We reached out to people at Caliber Home Loans for our own personal mortgage forbearance 101, and now we’re here to share what we learned. Bottom line, if your income has been affected by COVID-19, forbearance might help.Continue reading “Mortgage forbearance—what you need to know + how it can help you now”
Construction is officially underway for Lakeview Green, an all-new mixed-use apartment complex in Birmingham’s Lakeview District. Word on the street—it features a unique living and green space. Maybe it’s my love for urban planning talking but this project looks A-MAZ-ING!Continue reading “Mixed-use project, Lakeview Green, is coming to Birmingham’s Southside”
We caught up with local real estate expert, Barbara Wheeler, to discuss working at ARC Realty’s Gallery Brokers Office. With nearly 40 years of experience helping families buy and sell homes in Birmingham, Barbara offers her advice on impressing potential homebuyers and how to know when a house is ‘the one’.Continue reading “Barbara Wheeler reveals her No.1 tip to selling your home and shares her experience joining ARC Realty’s Gallery Brokers office”
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”
Home prices are rising, construction is stalling and supply is low, leading to speculation about another housing bubble boiling up the U.S. real estate market. That’s not the whole story, though. Here’s why the home market looks hopeful in Birmingham:
There has been a lot of buzz about Shipt since Target bought it for $550 million last December. Now Shipt’s CEO Bill Smith has invested in a startup that just finished the Velocity Accelerator program.
It is not an unusual sight to see old warehouses and industrial buildings being brought back to life around Birmingham…or brand new buildings going up.
Bham Now is always interested in the real estate and business development going on in the city. We try to investigate the exciting news of revitalization and renovations downtown, the Southside and in our suburbs. Here are a few updates and some insight from a local real estate expert. Continue reading “Real estate roundup: Birmingham’s downtown, Southside, suburbs”
More than 100 commercial realtors from around town got the opportunity to see some of the hot new Birmingham commercial real estate properties currently, or about to be, under construction.
Hosted by the Birmingham Commercial Realtor Council at Moonshine Birmingham, the top of the Elyton Hotel was a no brainer location! Continue reading “Birmingham is on fire when it comes to commercial real estate development”
Over the last few years, Birmingham has experienced a renaissance and redevelopment of downtown in large part due to commercial real estate growth. Commercial real estate, according the Birmingham Association of REALTORS®, contributes $465 billion a year to the U.S. GDP (Gross Domestic Products Index).
Southside real estate continues to pique the interest of brokers, developers, and business owners looking to settle in Vulcan’s view of Birmingham.
Accordingly, two buildings near 23rd St. and 10th Ct. South have been purchased and currently being renovated for commercial office space!
EBSCO Industries, a Forbes’ top privately-held company, headquartered in Birmingham has 6,000 employees in 25 businesses worldwide. Better yet, this innovative company has loyal employees who love their jobs. And, they are hiring! Is EBSCO right for you?
Yet another historic Birmingham building is about to undergo renovation. A development group led by Ward Neely, of SRS Real Estate Partners, plans to renovate the BEBCO facility on Second Avenue South between 22nd and 23rd Street. Continue reading “Historic BEBCO building to be renovated”
Casey Howard, Vice President & Associate Broker at Harbert Realty Services, was kind enough to give Bham Now a tour of the newly renovated and “work in progress” space at 2024 3rd Ave. N.