Would you sacrifice living space in exchange for lower rent and a prime location? If so, micro-unit housing might be for you. One upcoming development–The Railyard–will offer 350 square foot units to renters. Learn more.Continue reading “Micro-unit housing is coming to Birmingham’s Southside”
Downtown Bham Nowers! It’s noon, you’re hungry for a break and you’re ready for lunch. Where to? From Avondale to Lakeview, here’s your ultimate guide for where to eat lunch near downtown Birmingham.
You’ve probably already heard about H2 Real Estate’s projects in the works in downtown Birmingham. Did you know that H2 also has some exciting spaces available in Birmingham’s other urban sweet spots? Charmingly called the “downtown suburbs,” these are the neighborhoods where people can get a taste of suburban life, but are still in close proximity to downtown. H2 offers a unique look at the top four areas they call the downtown suburbs and insight into the market in that area
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!
Birmingham continues to attract small and big businesses alike. Advancements within the Magic City have piqued the interest of Carvana, a national innovative car shopping concept, to settle near 20 Midtown.
One of Birmingham’s newest residential developments (which is a mixed-use project by the way) is happy to announce its newest retail tenant – Club Pilates!
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.
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.
Birmingham opened its first downtown grocery store in decades this morning.
About a hundred people gathered on the corner of 20th Street South and 3rd Ave. South to enter the new Publix grocery store at 7:00am.
If you have been following along, the debate on redeveloping Southtown Court continues to pick up steam.
Whether for or against, here is what the experts have to say about the benefits redeveloping Southtown would bring to Birmingham.
A high demand for business spaces, within downtown, is raising demand for living units among populated areas.
UAB, being quite the central location in terms of populous on southside, will soon receive brand new apartment units to continue many developers wishes to keep consumers in the Magic City.