The building features 10,000 square feet of ground floor specialty retail, marketed towards service-industry tenants as well as a four-story parking deck in the rear of the building. Other features include built-in wireless internet, a covered walkway connecting the building to Parisian, and redundant power feeds from two separate substations to reduce the likelihood of outages. The architect was Joe Trammell of Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio of Atlanta and the contractor was Brasfield & Gorrie.
In January 2009 the project earned silver certification from the U. S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program.
- Colonial Properties Trust consolidated its Birmingham-area staff of about 150 people into the new building.
- Law firm Johnston Barton Proctor & Powell moved out of the Regions-Harbert Plaza and occupy 40,000 square feet of the new building.
- Sonat relocated its 250 employees from the Regions Center.
- Joseph A. Banks clothier
- O'Henry's Coffees (opened 2009)
- Goodman, Sherri C. (April 21, 2006) "New building's design lures downtown law firm: 9-story tower set for Homewood." The Birmingham News
- Wilkinson, Kaija. (April 21, 2006) "$36M Colonial office tower at Brookwood." Birmingham Business Journal
- Goodman, Sherri C. (January 27, 2007) "Sonat leaving downtown base." The Birmingham News
- Cooper, Lauren B. (January 26, 2009) "Brasfield & Gorrie earns LEED for Brookwood office complex." Birmingham Business Journal