In January 2017 resident Hollis Nikia Bullard was arrested and charged with counterfeiting $100 bills from his apartment.
On September 4, 2019 a fire damaged 4 units at the complex. A few days later, municipal water service to the complex was cut off due to nonpayment of more than $136,000 owed to the Birmingham Water Works Board. The City of Center Point posted notices urging residents to relocate due to uninhabitable conditions.
In October 2019 3-year-old Kamille McKinney, who had been abducted from an outdoor party in North Avondale, is believed to have been strangled to death at a unit occupied by Patrick Devone Stallworth at Woodside Condominiums. Her remains were found in a dumpster brought from the complex to a landfill near Warrior.
On December 7, 2019 an unnamed male was fatally wounded by gunfire in the parking lot of the complex. A week later a 911 call led sheriff's deputies to the complex where they found a woman with her hands bound struggling down a stairway. She claimed to have been abducted and held because she had knowledge of a homicide. Based on her statement, deputies recovered the remains of a female in a wooded area near Medical Park Drive in Huffman.
- Robinson, Carol (January 16, 2017) "$15,000 in counterfeit money found in Birmingham apartment; 22-year-old charged federally." The Birmingham News
- Dionne, Brittany (September 10, 2019) "Woodside Condominiums tenants in limbo as property grapples with $136,000 water bill." WBRC.com
- Robinson, Carol (December 10, 2019) "Meth, sedative found in Kamille McKinney’s decomposed body, testimony shows." The Birmingham News
- Robinson, Carol (December 14, 2019) "1 woman kidnapped, another found murdered in bizarre series of crimes in Jefferson County." The Birmingham News