The Cotton's Building is a 3-story, 18,000 square-foot commercial building located at 400 19th Street, at the corner of Avenue D, in downtown Ensley.
The building originally housed Cotton's department store, which had been founded in 1922 by Mitchell and Ida Cotton. The business remained in the family until it closed in 2012.
Treś Washington acquired the building in 2016 for his Washington Law firm and Treś’ Fine Clothing business. He also rents space to other tenants.
- ground floor
- 2nd floor
- Washington Law (Treś Washington 2016–)
- 3rd floor
- Diel, Stan (October 12, 2012) "Ensley's iconic Cotton's department store to close." The Birmingham News
- Swain, Sharron (December 13, 2020) "5 things you need to know about Cotton’s in Ensley, including Heritage Coffee." Bham Now
- Chatman, Bria (April 15, 2021) "Business owners excited about Ensley revitalization." WBRC.com