City Heights Hoover

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City Heights Hoover, formerly Alpine Village Apartments, is a 160-unit apartment community located at 2071 Alpine Village, off Lorna Road in Hoover. The complex was constructed in 1975 and offers a fitness center, swimming pool, barbecue grill and laundry facility.

In November 2015 a woman was killed by her son in a domestic dispute at their home at Alpine Village Apartments.

In 2018 the recently-renovated property was sold to FM Capital of Hollywood, Florida.

In March 2022 a brush fire at the complex caused external damage to several units and temporarily displaced 26 households.

In April 2022 SB Pacific Group of Berkeley, California sold the complex to a joint venture headed by 3MC Partners of Nashville, Tennessee for $15.37 million. The new owners planned to carry out upgrades to apartment interiors as well as to common areas and tenant amenities.


  • Smith, Jordan (November 9, 2015) "Son charged in mother's shooting death at Alpine Village Apartments."
  • Godwin, Brent (August 29, 2018) "Four local apartment buildings sold to multiple investors." Birmingham Business Journal
  • Robinson, Carol (March 30, 2022) "Brush fire driven by strong winds displaces residents of 26 units at Hoover apartment complex." The Birmingham News
  • Parker, Illyshia (May 10, 2022) "Joint venture group acquires Hoover apartment community for $15M." Birmingham Business Journal

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