- 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.
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).
- 401 19th Street South:
- Suite 100: Falafel Cafe (Moses Hassan 2016–), former location of Sinbad
- Suite 103: ARC Realty leasing office
- Suite 104: Los Juanes Mexican restaurant
- Suite 116: Greenhouse salads and cookies (2023–), former location of Subway restaurant (closed August 13, 2019)
- Suite 120: Magic Wok
- Suite 130: former location of Milo's Hamburgers (February 1983–summer 2020), Barbeque & Biryani (Mohammed Shahed December 2022–2023)
- Nabbefeld, Joe (December 26, 1993) "Downtown revitalization notches number of gains." The Birmingham News
- Rebman, Stephanie (June 12, 2023) "Greenhouse opens second restaurant, comes downtown." Birmingham Business Journal