225 Holmes opens in Huntsville

The building is home to Bank Independent and still has spaces available for lease

Bank Independent, Prince Holdings and others open 225 Holmes Avenue in Huntsville.

Bank Independent and Prince Holdings have opened 225 Holmes Avenue in downtown Huntsville.

A five-story, mixed-use development project in the heart of the city’s business district, 225 Holmes is anchored by Bank Independent’s Madison County headquarters, with the downtown Huntsville sales office on the ground floor and commercial offices on the fifth floor.

“We have been part of the downtown Huntsville community since 2014, and we are excited to demonstrate our continued commitment to Madison County with the opening of 225 Holmes Avenue,” said Macke Mauldin, president of Bank Independent.

Rick Wardlaw, Bank Independent CEO, added, “We’ve announced several brick-and-mortar investments in the last few months. While they are very important to support our growth, the most important investment we have been making for the past 75 years is in our team members. 225 Holmes is one of those many investments and a symbol of our commitment to the Huntsville community.”

In addition to the bank’s offices and headquarters, the building, developed by Prince Holdings, offers more than 77,000 square feet of much needed Class A office space and ground floor retail opportunities.

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Part of the first floor, as well as all of the second, third and fourth floors are available for lease through Crunkleton Commercial Real Estate. The first floor has two spaces available, while the second floor has 14,612 square feet available. The third floor has 14,589 square feet and the fourth floor has 14,522 square feet available for lease. 

Developer Prince Holdings is a local, family-owned and operated asset management firm that emphasizes community reinvestment projects.

Nola VanPeursem Architects served as the architectural firm while Robins & Morton served as lead contractor.

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