Southside Station

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From the southwest in 2017.
This article is about the mixed-use development. For Southside Fire Station, see Birmingham Fire Station No. 2.

Southside Station is a mixed-use apartment, retail and parking deck located on 19th Street between 4th and 5th Avenue South. The $15 million project was developed by H. J. Russell & Company of Atlanta, Georgia and designed by KPS Group. It opened in the Summer of 1994 and was dedicated in honor of Ferd F. Weil.

Parking deck dedication plaque

The five-story, 30-unit apartment building is managed by Arlington Properties in conjunction with the nearby Carriage Court. The 11,000 square-foot retail strip is occupied primarily by fast-food restaurants. The 880-space parking deck was built to serve nearby UAB Hospital and the Parliament Hotel & Suites (demolished in 2008).



  • Nabbefeld, Joe (December 26, 1993) "Downtown revitalization notches number of gains." Birmingham News

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