Last week, the Housing Authority of the Birmingham District (HABD) took a big step forward in the renewal of Southtown Court. The HABD board of commissioners unanimously approved the agreement for the redevelopment plan for Southtown. Here’s what you need to know.Continue reading “Big changes coming to the Southtown neighborhood in Birmingham. Find out the latest details here.”
If the idea of prime office space right in the heart of downtown with awesome street-level parking lot sounds good to you, you might want to keep an eye on the old Greyhound Station.Continue reading “Anybody want to work in the old Greyhound Station in downtown Birmingham?”
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.
Birmingham’s growth is attributed to many things. In particular, though, the food industry seems to stand out the most for our southern city/metro.
Within the foodie scene, our food truck culture is revving up, and the possible addition of the “Birmingham Food Park” could expand it even further.
Lakeview will soon host another pizza joint sure to entice your inner foodie.
Heat Pizza Bar will fit in perfectly on the corner of 7th Ave. South and 29th Street – yes, the old Rare Martini space.
Ward Neely, with SRS Real Estate Partners, has proclaimed Southside to be “arguably the hottest area of town,” and he is backing that statement up with a new development.
Neely, along with Dick Schmalz and Scott Bryant, plan to tear down the old High Point Lounge and renovate The Merienda Lounge next door.
The move coincides with their recent work involving 20 Midtown.
Growth and sustainability is the name of the game for areas such as Five Points South.
Like the North side of town, the historic area continues to innovate through new developments and hot hangouts, the newest of which is the opening of Homewood Suites by Hilton.
Another day, another discussion among Birmingham residents about the future of our city.
Due to popular demand, I have pulled together some opinions from locals in regards to the post, Poised for Demolition, the Fate of Southtown is yet to be Decided.
There are a variety of housing projects in the Birmingham city limits and with the expanse of real estate development, some are becoming questionable assets.
Southtown, located between St. Vincent’s Hospital and UAB, is “set” to be demolished, but after Monday’s planned discussions, its future still is not clear.
Built in the 1950’s, the Loveman Village is soon to experience major redevelopments carried out by the Housing Authority of the Birmingham District.
Have you visited the Wildwood shopping center recently?