Some big names in Birmingham business and development have teamed up on a new project. Tom Carruthers, President of Red Rock Realty and Bruce Lanier, Founder and Owner of MAKEbhm have joined with Grant Brigham, Partner at ARC Realty. They’re bringing a new development to 3501 1st Ave South (formerly Old Car Heaven) later this year, and we’ve got all the details.Continue reading “We went behind the scenes of the new M2 development, the sequel to MAKEbhm”
Bayles Restaurant and Catering is creating an appetite for redevelopment in the Woodlawn area and satisfying a hunger for revitalization in the community!
We’re excited to see Birmingham’s startup scene exploding lately and lots of events on the horizon. Get all the details here.
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”
Founders Station, the four-building 60,000 square foot project downtown, on the corner of First Avenue North and Morris Avenue will be completed in April.
As you walk down 41st St. S. or enjoy a bite at the Avondale Common House in Birmingham, you might notice an old two-story brick building with 19.IOOF.O2 inscribed at the top. A sign that a secret society met here?
Maybe you’ve seen the mysterious letters D.VK.D. painted on the old lavender colored building on 12th Street and 1st Avenue South. Continue reading “A mystery re-imagine planned for an old Birmingham building”
The historic, 90-year-old Birmingham Theatre has won a $120,000 preservation grant to create a replica of the missing “Alabama” sign on 18th Street!
Travel + Leisure thinks Birmingham is underrated. Is being underrated a good thing? Do we like flying under the radar a bit, so we can keep a good thing to ourselves? Most Birmingham folks are proud to share their city with the world.
By now you might have heard about Birmingham innovator Deon Gordon. He is the dynamic, former head of business incubator REV Birmingham. After a nation-wide search TechBirmingham chose Gordon as their next president.
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”
The shooting death of a two-year old and the injuries sustained by his mother and another man have sparked a community-wide outcry:
How can we stop the violence?
Woodlawn Street Market returned for its third year this past Saturday and Birminghamians showed up in full force. REV Birmingham and the Woodlawn Business association started this fun event as an opportunity for local merchants to meet their customers and showcase their products. See what I found! Continue reading “Woodlawn Street Market: A Look at the Locals Revitalizing Woodlawn”
Yet another restaurant is expected to hit the area this May.
The Birmingham Barons are expanding the 14th Street side of Regions Field to offer a fun new venue!
“The Switchyard on 14th” will embody an atmosphere geared toward families, foodies, and Birmingham’s millennial culture.