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The Heights - residential infill on Maxwell Blvd.

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Birmingham-based StoneRiver Company has begun construction on The Heights (formerly Maxwell Bluff Apartments), a 165-unit, four-story apartment complex on Maxwell Blvd across from newly renovated Wright Brothers Park. The project is set for completion in late summer 2015.

 

One and two-bedroom units ($1,000-$1,400 rents) will feature hardwood floors, granite countertops and high-end appliances. The development will have a fitness center, a pool and parking behind the complex. The developers are including three Clay Street historic homes in the project.

 

Key project for downtown - this area is a gateway to downtown off of I-65 and helps improve the connection to Maxwell Air Force Base.

 

Links:  165-unit, four-story Maxwell Blvd Apartments

Maxwell Blvd Apartments planned for downtown

Construction set to begin on Maxwell Blvd apartments

 

 

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Construction site update 21 Dec 2014:

 

View from Wright Brothers Park at a nearly identical angle to the first rendering above.

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Opposite view from the intersection of Maxwell Blvd and Whitman St

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View from Clay St and Whitman

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Can't wait till this is completed.

:good:  Same here, Brad. This will really give people coming off the interstate a much better first impression of the city.

 

 

View from the rear toward the nearby I-65 bridge.

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Just a few blocks from the CBD.

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