Alabama State Land Building
The Alabama State Land Building (also known as the Vintage Building) is a five-story commercial building at 308-310 Richard Arrington Jr Boulevard North in downtown Birmingham. It was built around 1911 on a site formerly occupied by the Alabama Engraving Company. The brick facade features three large round-arched openings dressed with brick and limestone surrounds forming Moorish-style arches.
In the early 1980s, the building was the home of the Electric Blue Printing Co. In 1985 it was documented as a contributing structure to the first boundary extension of the Downtown Birmingham Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
- The Vintage Building at jmcre.net