Avondale Commerce Park
The Avondale Commerce Park is a 381,325 square-foot business and industrial complex owned by EGS Commercial Real Estate and located on the blocks between 37th and 41st Streets, north of 1st Avenue North and south of Messer Airport Highway, the site where Avondale Mills operated from 1897 to 1971, in Birmingham's North Avondale neighborhood.
The business park was developed in the 1980s by Marc Eason, later a partner in EGS. The development consists of several separate buildings, leased by a variety of manufacturers and distributors.
In 2016 Eason and his son Adam announced that a major portion of the Commerce Park would be redeveloped as "Avondale Works", subdividing the existing spaces for smaller tenants and adding shared indoor and outdoor common spaces. That project never secured enough tenants to continue, and a residential loft development was under consideration before Ferguson Enterprises signed on for a new showroom and warehouse building in 2020.
- Building 1 (211 37th Street North)
- Building 2 (3728–3736 1st Avenue North)
- Building 3 (103–107 38th Street North)
- Building 4 (3800–3812 1st Avenue North)
- Building 5 (102–110 38th Street North)
- Building 6
- Ferguson Enterprises distribution warehouse and showroom (built 2021)
- Building 7 (101–121 39th Street North, demolished 2020)
- Building 8 (100–110 40th Place North, demolished 2020)
- 100: former location of IHangTVs.com (2015–2017)
- Building 9 (105–109 40th Place North, demolished 2020)
- Building 10 (demolished 2020)
- Building 11 (101 40th Place North, demolished 2020)
- former location of Christ Refuge Ministry Learning Center (2015)
- Building 12 (demolished 2020)
- Building 13 (3713–3729 Messer Airport Highway)
- 3724: Lube Supplies & Service Inc. (2015–)
- Building 14
- Building 15
- Building 16 (401–419 37th Street North)