Proposed Tower Would Rise Above Birmingham’s Five Points South

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A proposed 17-story tower has received conditional approval from Birmingham regulators. It would be on the site of the The Break in the Five Points South neighborhood.

Andrew Yeager,WBHM

A proposed 17-story tower has received conditional approval from Birmingham regulators. It would be on the site of the The Break in the Five Points South neighborhood.

Birmingham’s Five Points South neighborhood could look significantly different thanks to a project that received conditional approval from city leaders last week. It’s a 17-story tower bringing more housing and retail to that area. We talk about it in this week’s Magic City Marketplace.

Andrew Yeager

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