Jeremy Cooper Erdreich (born August 25, 1968) is a Birmingham architect and founder and principal of Erdreich Architecture, located at 2332 2nd Avenue North. Erdreich attended Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C., graduating in 1986. He received his bachelor's degree in architecture from Yale University in 1990, and his master's degree in architecture in 1994 from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. He founded Erdreich Architecture in 1998.
Erdreich is the son of former United States Congressman Ben Erdreich. He, his father, and his sister Anna are partners in Metropolitan LLC, a development company which also includes Carl Hess of AnaDon Construction Co.
Erdreich has served on the boards for Regions 20/20, the Children's Dance Foundation, the Birmingham Shout Film Festival, Alabama Moving Image Association, AIDS Alabama and the Birmingham Public Building Authority.
Erdreich's partner is Larry Slater, a founder of the Birmingham Shout Film Festival, who served as the festival's co-director in 2009. Erdreich and Slater were featured in the documentary One Closed Door After Another: Domestic Partner Benefits and UAB (10 min., 2009), directed by Jade Delisle, which chronicles their effort to receive domestic partner benefits from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The film played on the opening night of 2009 Birmingham Shout festival. In June 2011, the couple were united in a civil ceremony in Provincetown, Massachusetts, and were married at Temple Emanu-El by Rabbi Jonathan Miller.
- Cornelius, Donna (July 30, 2004) "Erdreich family touch is at the heart of townhouses." Birmingham Business Journal
- Stricklin, Walt (January 31, 2009) "Fifteen emerging leaders: Jeremy Erdreich." Birmingham News