Iron Age Project
Hatti relocated his company, CoreLinQ Innovations to the upper floor of the 214-216 20th Street North building in early 2016. He later purchased the vacant Iron Age Building next door and moved ahead with a concept of a shared hub for healthcare technology startups.
The construction was financed by Southern States Bank with assistance from the Birmingham Department of Innovation and Economic Development. Hatti did not apply for Historic Tax Credits, citing an approach to preservation that conflicts with the tax requirements. The project was completed in late 2019.
- ground floor
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- Van der Bijl, Hanno (October 16, 2019) "Several tenants coming to renovated Iron Age building on 20th Street." Birmingham Business Journal
- Chambly, Hannah (July 28, 2020) "Dansby Foods, AMD + more join impressive list of tenants in the completed Iron Age Building." Bham Now