Eubanks Mercantile building

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The Eubanks Mercantile building at 2017 3rd Avenue North was built in 1889. It currently houses Sojourns. Over the years it was a dentist's office and was later occupied by several furniture companies and other businesses. In 1996, after being vacant for more than a decade, it was renovated for the offices of Advantage Associates Advertising. From 2006 until 2008 it was home to the Hawthorn Gallery. In 2009 the Birmingham Arts Association utilized the gallery space for a juried art show. In 2010 Melissa Kendrick moved her fair-trade shop Sojourns from a nearby storefront on 20th Street North to the building.

References

  • Bell, Elma (June 19, 1996) "Taking 'Advantage' of a great building." Birmingham News