Monopoly taps Birmingham

Classic game will feature Magic City locales

Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin teams with Monopoly mascot to announce new game.

The heck with Marvin Gardens. Now you’ll be able to invest in Magic City businesses and landmarks as the classic game Monopoly plans a Birmingham-based edition.

Mayor Randall Woodfin teams with Mr. Monopoly, the game’s cartoon face, to announce that Top Trumps USA, a division of Winning Moves International, plans an edition of the game featuring Birmingham.

And until it comes out, there’s a chance for Birmingham residents to suggest just which landmarks should be features. You can submit suggestions for landmarks, businesses and nonprofits to be added to the board by emailing ideas to [email protected] for consideration.

“Our team is excited to bring the historic Magic City their very own MONOPOLY edition,” said Katie Hubbard, representative from Top Trumps USA. “Birmingham is a lively and growing city with a rich history in arts, sports and food. We are looking forward to hearing what the people of Birmingham love most about their city, and it’s an honor to bring their ideas to life.”

The game should be out by March 2024.

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