Alabama State Land Building

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The Alabama State Land Building (also known as the Vintage Building) is a five-story commercial building at 308-310 Richard Arrington Jr Boulevard North in downtown Birmingham. It was built around 1911 on a site formerly occupied by the Alabama Engraving Company. The brick facade features three large round-arched openings dressed with brick and limestone surrounds forming Moorish-style arches.

In the early 1980s, the building was the home of the Electric Blue Printing Co. In 1985 it was documented as a contributing structure to the first boundary extension of the Downtown Birmingham Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The building was renovated in 2000 by Joseph McClure and currently houses several law offices, as well as the Botanikō Skin Studio.

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