We’ve been watching (and helping!) the Avondale area grow for the past few years, so we couldn’t be more excited to announce the opening of two new establishments in the up-and-coming neighborhood.
First up is Saturn and Satellite, Birmingham’s newest music venue with an accompanying bar and coffee shop. Saturn is owned by former Bottletree promoter, Brian Teasley, who is partnering with The Bowery Presents to bring a diverse portfolio of musical acts to Birmingham—including independent and local artists. Click here for the concert calendar to see who’s performing soon.
Satellite is the companion bar and coffee shop for Saturn. Beginning at 7 a.m. you can find a caffeine buzz via Portland-based Stumptown coffee while you fill your belly with home-cooked pastries from Birmingham’s own Baking Bandits. Later, at a more “appropriate” time, you can wet your whistle with a variety of local craft beers and both classic and creative cocktails.
Southpace broker Bob Vines represented the landlord in the leasing of 13,000 SF to Brian Teasley for the development of Saturn at 200 41st Street South in Avondale, Alabama.
Before you catch a show at Saturn, be sure to stop in Rowe’s Service Station—Avondale’s newest restaurant addition—for a delicious dinner. Actually, you could also stop in for breakfast or lunch and even for brunch on the weekends. Some of us at Southpace are particularly excited to try their chicken and waffles.
Rowe’s Service Station, owned by Cliff Atkins Sr. & Jr., features a cozy atmosphere inside the former Rowe’s Auto Service shop. The Atkins also own and operate 41st Street Pub and Aircraft Sales located just down the street.
Bob Vines also represented the landlord in the leasing of space for the development of Rowe’s Service Station at 4100 4th Avenue South in Avondale, Alabama.