Central Highlands

Salvaged Craftwork Mother Lode

Garlan and Heather Gudger have grown their Cullman storefront into one of the top five suppliers of architectural antiques in the country.

Birmingham Construction Surge Gives Tenants Bargaining Power

Atlanta-based development company Third & Urban recently revealed plans to turn an abandoned warehouse in downtown Birmingham into a mixed-use site for commercial space...

Spotlight on Jefferson County

Regions Field and adjacent Railroad Park have become the centerpieces of a flowering of downtown Birmingham redevelopment.

Real Estate Huddle in Birmingham

Commercial real estate specialists gather to brainstorm next month.

Re-equipping the Underemployed

A new Innovate Birmingham initiative helps disciplined workers move from menial to meaningful.

Hitting the Accelerator

Planet Fundraiser founders Kasey Birdsong (left) and Drew Honeycutt attribute their early success to mentors and...

Boosting High Tech Critical Mass

Key players behind Innovate Birmingham, from left: Brian Hilson of BBA, Dr. Ray Watts...

Taking Care of the Tide

Hotel Capstone is the longtime, game-weekend home for the Alabama football team.

Landmark Downtown High-Rise

ABOVE Local artist Claire Godbee painted the mural in the Roots & Revelry restaurant dining room, on the second floor.   ...

Studios of the Creative Class

The design of work spaces has evolved rapidly in urban areas with changing technologies and business goals of the new century. A number of...

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New Book Highlights Alabama’s Beauty

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