Merchants & Manufacturers Terminal Building

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The Merchants and Manufacturer’s Terminal Building, also known as the Swalley building, is a large brick commercial building on a 4.35-acre site where 1st Avenue South dies into 12th Street, two blocks west of Railroad Park and bounded by I-65 and the Sherman Ready-Mix plant.

The 109,590-square foot warehouse building was designed by Denham, Van Keuren & Denham architects and opened in 1927. Two other metal buildings were added to the property over the years.

The complex was purchased by an investment partnership for $2.5 million in 2013 and sold to another partnership in 2017 for $3.9 million. In 2018 Third & Urban of Atlanta, Georgia announced that it would redevelop the property as the Denham Building.