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  1. Montgomery Developments

    The Montgomery-based Equal Justice Initiative will build the Memorial to Peace and Justice, a national memorial to victims of lynching in America, on Caroline Street, just off the Selma-to-Montgomery March route and just a few blocks from the Rosa Parks Museum. The Equal Justice Initiative also announced plans for a new museum to trace the history of African-Americans from slavery to mass incarceration. National memorial to lynching victims to be built in Montgomery YouTube videos: EJI Lynching Memorial, EJI Museum, Slavery to Mass Incarceration
  2. The Heights - residential infill on Maxwell Blvd.

    Construction complete and leasing underway on July 4th. Renovations ongoing at the park across the street.
  3. Front and rear of the Kress Building on July 4th.
  4. 79C - mixed-use infill at Frank Leu site

    79C is complete and open for business. Photo taken at about 7 a.m. on July 4th.
  5. Montgomery Developments

    Here's the location, which is just west from the 79C development on Bibb St.
  6. Renovations and construction are now well underway on lower Dexter Avenue.
  7. Montgomery Developments

    A new downtown hotel will be under construction in August. A StayBridge Suites extended stay hotel will be built on Bibb Street where the skate park is now. The skate park will be redesigned and rebuilt at a location to be determined. New hotel, skate park coming to downtown Montgomery Another new downtown hotel is expected to be announced in August. This might be the official announcement of the renovation of the Bishop-Parker Building into a hotel. Downtown Montgomery landmark sold, set to become hotel Montgomery gets aggressive in push for more downtown hotels
  8. Redevelopment in the City Center

    ^ Thanks for posting the photos, Tim. Redevelopment in the downtown area is really kicking into high gear. Good info in these two articles from the Birmingham Business Journal: In Pictures: 30 projects that are shaping downtown Bham's future Mapping downtown Birmingham's comeback
  9. Metro Birmingham Projects List

    Tim, thanks for posting about those residential projects. It's great to see so much redevelopment going on in the downtown area.
  10. The Heights - residential infill on Maxwell Blvd.

    Topped out, windows and doors going in - construction update 6/14/2015:
  11. Renovations continue on lower Dexter, with one building completed. Cuco's moved from around the corner on Court St. and is now open next to the Irish Bred Pub. Momma Goldberg's new location will be in the Belk building instead of the Montgomery Theater Island Delight, a small Jamaican restaurant on Air Base Blvd, will open a larger second location on lower Dexter Other renovations
  12. 79C - mixed-use infill at Frank Leu site

    Now called 79C (79 Commerce Street), topped out and coming along nicely - construction update 6/14/2015:
  13. Maritime Center at Mobile Landing

    Per the Press-Register, officials are expected to announce a fall opening date for the GulfQuest National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico on Thursday. The press conference will start at 11 a.m. at 155 N. Water Street in Mobile. At last, city officials expected to announce opening date for GulfQuest museum --- Edit: The $62 million GulfQuest National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico will open on September 26, 2015. This should give Mobile's tourist numbers a big boost in years ahead. GulfQuest Maritime Museum to open in September
  14. New federal courthouse

    It's official, construction will begin in a few months on a new 155,600 sq. ft., five-story courthouse in downtown Mobile! The new courthouse, with a far more traditional design than the original, will occupy one city block rather than most of two as called for in the Safdie concept. An $89 million construction contract was awarded for the two-phase federal courthouse project. The new federal courthouse, bounded by St. Joseph, St. Louis, Conception and St. Anthony streets, should be complete by December 2018. Phase two, renovation of the existing courthouse across the street, should be complete by October 2020. Alabama limestone will be used in the project. Planned courthouse to be bridge between Mobile's business, De Tonti districts $89 million construction contract awarded for new federal courthouse
  15. Newer images of the Kress building and renovation plans: