A downtrodden city-center became a thriving greenspace, stitched together from Birmingham’s fragments into a modern model of a destination ready for tomorrow. Cities across America have found creative ways to integrate green infrastructure with recreation in new and existing parks.View Railroad Park Case Study
Putting urban anchors in place.
Once little more than an old railyard, an abandoned factory, and some derelict industrial buildings, this neighborhood is now a bustling district filled with homes, offices, a brand new baseball stadium, and more life than this area has seen in decades.
A big league symbol of progress that has become the crown jewel in Birmingham’s revitalization efforts in the city’s center. A ballpark in an intriguing neighborhood with a design that is custom-made for the Magic City.View Region’s Field Case Study
Giving “work, play, live” a new perspective with 1 and 2 bedroom apartments overlooking Railroad Park, within walking distance to Regions Park, and spectacular views of downtown Birmingham and Red Mountain.View Parkside Apartments Case Study
Helping a downtown community see beyond the façade of an old building to promote the restoration of an entire area of town.View Bakers Row Case Study
The Venue at the Ballpark
The Venue at the Ballpark boasts “intown living with outfield views,” and provides visitors and residents alike a game changing downtown experience.View The Venue Case Study
Approximate development on adjacent properties