Printer's Corner

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Printer's Corner in 2020
The then-vacant building in 2011

Printer's Corner is a mixed use redevelopment of a former warehouse, sometimes called the "You Are Beautiful" building, on the southeast corner of 2nd Avenue South and 18th Street in the Parkside district.

The two-story beige brick building was constructed in 1910. It was used for a number of businesses, most recently by the Sarris family for their Tsitalia imports.

Orchestra Partners purchased and renovated the building for residential and commercial uses. The residential units are offered initially as "shells" with custom-built interiors, including custom roof terrace space.



  • Edgemon, Erin (July 19, 2018) "Restaurants, condos planned for 'You are Beautiful' building in downtown Birmingham." The Birmingham News
  • Godwin, Brent (November 28, 2018) "How downtown residential project Printer's Corner is progressing." Birmingham Business Journal
  • Hull, Christine (March 21, 2019) "Custom lofts, coffeehouse coming to Birmingham’s historic Printers Corner in Parkside." Bham Now (sponsored content)