Around the turn of the century, the Parkside District, as it’s known today, looked very different. If you went back in time, you’d find the area full of warehouses, making use of the close proximity to the railroad, Birmingham’s ‘river’.
This block housed businesses such as Alabama Dairy products, which made condensed and powdered milk for World War II. Built in 1900, the building facing Region’s Field was originally a plumbing supply house that later became home to the General Machinery Company.
Our plan is to rehab the structures and turn them into a mixed use development featuring retail, offices and lofts.
And we want your help with the name, design and tenants!