Featured Property: Historic Enslen House

This week’s featured property is the historic Enslen House located at 2737 Highland Avenue South in the Highland Park neighborhood of downtown Birmingham across from Rhodes Park. The 8,274 square foot marble-clad building that once stood as the former Birmingham banker Eugene F. Enslen’s home has since been remodeled into an office space and has served as the Trimmier Law Office most recently. Continue reading “Featured Property: Historic Enslen House”

Featured Property: 1101 20th Street South

Our featured property this week is the former Fuego Cantina & Saloon building in the heart of the historic Five Points South. Located at the corner of 20th Street South and 11th Ave South, this property is in a prime location for the next up-and-coming restaurant or retail opportunity. The property is comprised of 3,858 square feet of building space and 600 square feet of patio space. Continue reading “Featured Property: 1101 20th Street South”

Brokers Complete Over $11 Million in Local Transactions in June

John Lauriello, CCIM, SIOR, CPM sold and closed the Classic Wine Building located at 1920, 29th Avenue South in Homewood, Alabama to an investor for $2,400,000. Classic Wine will remain in the building for another 60-90 days and then relocate. The new owner/investor plans on renovating the building for a restaurant tenant.

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Rotary Club of Birmingham Panel

Southpace Principal, John Lauriello, Sloss Real Estate President & CEO, Cathy Sloss Jones, Shannon Waltchack Partner, Derek Waltchack, Dick Schmalz of RGS Properties, and David Silverstein of Bayer Properties served on a Rotary Club panel yesterday, October 26th, to discuss all the positive growth and development in the City of Birmingham and their ongoing projects and their impact on Birmingham. John also moderated the panel discussion.

Birmingham Bar Association Leadership Forum/Innovation Depot

Southpace Principal, John Lauriello, Hoar Service VP, Stacey Berthon, and Bayer VP, Sam Heide served on a panel for 45 minutes last Thursday, October 13th to discuss all the positive activity and developments in the City of Birmingham, especially the Downtown, Southside, Avondale, Woodlawn, Lakeview and Crestwood areas of town. The forum was attended by over 25 young attorneys in Birmingham plus the panel.