Arbor Terrace

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Arbor Terrace is a proposed 75-acre mixed-use redevelopment of the former Trinity Medical Center on Montclair Road. The project is planned to include a corporate headquarters office along with multi-family residential, medical clinics, and retail and restaurant space. The development is planned around a leveled platform or terrace landscaped as a park-like amenity with views toward Crestline. The project also includes a private indoor golf range and a network of walking trails.

The Arbor Terrace project was announced in March 2020 by New York-based developers Lawrence and Will Kadish, who previously developed Hoover's Stadium Trace Village. The anticipated construction budget is $200 million over five years. Williams Blackstock Architects prepared plans for the development along with Schoel Engineering and Dix-Hite landscape architects. The main hospital building is set to be demolished while the 820 Building, 840 Building and 860 Building office buildings are being remodeled by the Stewart Perry Company.

Entrances to the site are planned for Montclair Road as well as from Dan Hudson Drive and 52nd Street South. The project included 1,700 covered parking spaces. The residential component is planned to include senior housing and townhouse-style residences.

Kadish sold a 9.5 acre parcel fronting on Montclair Road to Tynes Development, which plans to construct the mid-rise The Station at Crestline Heights apartments on that site.

References

  • Thornton, William (March 30, 2020) "New multi-use development announced for former Trinity Medical Center site." The Birmingham News
  • Van der Bijl, Hanno (April 1, 2020) "Why a New York developer signed up for $200M Trinity project – and why COVID-19 didn't derail the deal." Birmingham Business Journal
  • Chambers, Jesse (May 27, 2020) "New Arbor Terrace development could be ‘breath of fresh air’." Village Living
  • Van der Bijl, Hanno (November 17, 2020) "Developer eyes multifamily project within Trinity hospital redevelopment." Birmingham Business Journal