V Apartments in Vestavia have major renovations underway. And they’re not the only ones in the area getting a facelift.
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!
Due to recent fire damage, the apartment complex was partly destroyed. These new renovations have brought forth the Trails at Cahaba River Apartment Homes.
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.
One of the many staples of Birmingham’s revitalization involves renovations of historic buildings, transforming them into innovative spaces for our aspiring/growing businesses.
After $1 million of renovations, the former Alabama Department of Revenue building, located at 2024 Third Ave. North, has finally reopened to house new tenants!
Birmingham is known for its unique bars and restaurants. That means the creation of new products and experiences are necessary for those companies that have been around for quite some time.
After renovations, the bar Steel 1st and 23rd is dropping the “Steel” and transforming into a piano bar.
Every type of business is benefiting from the eagerness of developers to renovate downtown Birmingham.
Each piece of news to hit your fingers on Birmingham’s growth, although maybe small, continues to point towards a major comeback by the Magic City.
New open air stadium, new Legacy arena, improved aesthetics and more were proposed to the board of the BJCC this week. Renovations would tally close to $300M with Birmingham and Jefferson County pitching in. The stadium would be used by UAB Blazers and the ESPN’s Birmingham Bowl. From the BBJ.