Difference between revisions of "28th Street South"

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*** 1200: [[Eugene Enslen residence]] (built 1910), [[Snable Law Firm]]
 
*** 1200: [[Eugene Enslen residence]] (built 1910), [[Snable Law Firm]]
 
*** 1218: [[H. R. Howze residence]] (built c. 1903)
 
*** 1218: [[H. R. Howze residence]] (built c. 1903)
*** 1220: [[Drenner-Rich House]] (built c. 1903), [[Barry Enterprises]]
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*** 1220: [[F. M. Drennen residence]] (built c. 1903), [[Barry Enterprises]]
 
** East side
 
** East side
 
*** 1201: [[Unity of Birmingham]], former location of [[Tom Joy residence]]
 
*** 1201: [[Unity of Birmingham]], former location of [[Tom Joy residence]]

Revision as of 13:48, 29 March 2019

Twenty-eighth Street South (28th Street South) is a two-way north-south street in Birmingham's Southside neighborhood, running south from the Powell Avenue to 7th Avenue South. The street (formerly Poplar Street) resumes between Clairmont Avenue to Rhodes Park, with another two block section (formerly Waucoma Street) continuing from Highland Avenue to a dead end just short of Pawnee Avenue.

Notable locations

For an alphabetical list of locations, see the 28th Street South category.

Southside / Five Points South