Difference between revisions of "14th Avenue South"

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* [[Richard Arrington Jr Boulevard South]] intersects (formerly 21st Street South)
 
* [[Richard Arrington Jr Boulevard South]] intersects (formerly 21st Street South)
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** north side:
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*** 2110–2110: vacant lot
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*** 2112: [[2112 14th Avenue South]] (round building)
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** south side:
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*** 2101–2113: vacant lot
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**** 2101–2109: former location of 1-story office building (demolished before 2011)
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***** 2109: former location of [[A. J. Townley residence]] (1916)
  
 
* [[21st Place South]] intersects
 
* [[21st Place South]] intersects
** 2109: former location of [[A. J. Townley residence]] (1916)
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** north side:
** 2118: former location of [[Boyd Tarpley]] dentist (1953–1970)
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*** 2118: former location of [[Boyd Tarpley]] dentist (1953–1970)
** 2121: [[Complete Dental Care]], former location of [[Jennie Stewart residence]] (1937), [[William Crandall]] / [[Jack Nolan]] dentists (1970)
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*** 2122: former location of [[R. H. Hamreck]] physician (1929)
** 2122: former location of [[R. H. Hamreck]] physician (1929)
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*** 2136: former location of [[W. D. Sellers]] physician (1929)
** 2127: [[Avail Services]], former location of [[J. N. Cunningham residence]] (1929), [[Hamilton McPherson]] (1937), [[Milner Snuggs]] dentist (1970)
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*** 2160: [[Simon-Buck residence]] (built c. 1930), [[Frank S. Buck]] attorney, former location of [[Frank Simon]] (1937), [[Maxey Gabbert & Co.]] advertisers (1970)
** 2133: former location of [[W. R. Hendrix residence]] (1929)
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*** 2170: [[Liddon Law Firm]]
** 2136: former location of [[W. D. Sellers]] physician (1929)
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** south side:
** 2141: [[Steelcase Inc.]], former location of [[Linda McConnell residence]] (1929–1937), [[General Motors Acceptance Corp.]] (1970), [[Bodine]] (1982-2009)
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*** 2121: [[Complete Dental Care]], former location of [[Jennie Stewart residence]] (1937), [[William Crandall]] / [[Jack Nolan]] dentists (1970)
** 2151: former location of [[Kenwood Apartments]] (1929-1970)
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*** 2127: [[Avail Services]], former location of [[J. N. Cunningham residence]] (1929), [[Hamilton McPherson]] (1937), [[Milner Snuggs]] dentist (1970)
** 2157: former location of [[James Pipen residence]] (1937), apartments (1953)
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*** 2133: former location of [[W. R. Hendrix residence]] (1929)
** 2160: [[Simon-Buck residence]] (built c. 1930), [[Frank S. Buck]] attorney, former location of [[Frank Simon]] (1937), [[Maxey Gabbert & Co.]] advertisers (1970)
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*** 2141: [[Steelcase Inc.]], former location of [[Linda McConnell residence]] (1929–1937), [[General Motors Acceptance Corp.]] (1970), [[Bodine]] (1982-2009)
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*** 2151: former location of [[Kenwood Apartments]] (1929-1970)
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*** 2157: former location of [[James Pipen residence]] (1937), apartments (1953)
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** 2165: [[Bugge Law Firm]], former location of [[Woody Thornton Refrigeration Repair]] (1970)
 
** 2165: [[Bugge Law Firm]], former location of [[Woody Thornton Refrigeration Repair]] (1970)
** 2170: [[Liddon Law Firm]]
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* Avenue ends at [[21st Way South]]
 
* Avenue ends at [[21st Way South]]
  
 
[[Category:14th Avenue South|*]]
 
[[Category:14th Avenue South|*]]

Latest revision as of 14:19, 25 May 2021

14th Avenue South is a street in Birmingham's Southside.

14th Avenue South begins at 10th Street South north of Glen Iris Park. The street jogs slightly north at 12th Street South and again at 14th Street South, where it runs along the south edge of Phelan Park. From there the street continues to 21st Way South, just short of the Elton B. Stephens Expressway. Caldwell Avenue in Highland Park was formerly a discontinuous section of 14th Avenue South.

MAX Transit Route 14 uses 14th Avenue South between 10th and 12th Street. The south side of 14th Avenue, between 15th and 18th Streets, is part of the Anderson Place Historic District. The section of 14th Avenue between 13th and 14th Streets is part of the Phelan Park Historic District.

Caldwell Avenue, which runs between Milner Street and Smolian Place was also considered part of 14th Avenue South until sometime between 1929 and 1937.

Notable addresses

Dates in parentheses indicate when the address was known to have been used, not necessarily the entire span of its use.

Glen Iris neighborhood

Five Points South neighborhood