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Get a snapshot of Huntsville’s growth with 2022 Development Review

January 26, 2023 Click to view Get a snapshot of Huntsville’s growth with 2022 Development Review

Huntsville’s annual compilation of construction and real estate data for 2022 is now live. Published by the City of Huntsville’s Long-Range Planning Division, the 2022 Huntsville Development Review is an in-depth snapshot of the City’s progress over the past year. The report, which features data obtained from City records and the North Alabama Multiple Listing Service (NALMLS), is especially useful for those considering buying or selling property, building new structures or moving [more]

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Huntsville Environmental Sustainability Committee seeks public input 

October 5, 2022 Click to view Huntsville Environmental Sustainability Committee seeks public input 

As Huntsville grows, City leaders are focused on long-term successful gains for people who live, work and play in the community. This includes a watchful eye on Huntsville’s natural and built environment.  Mayor Tommy Battle recently asked area leaders with interest and expertise in this area to form a committee and examine contributing factors to long-term environmental sustainability in metro Huntsville.   “Environmental challenges directly impact our quality of life,” said Mayor Battle. [more]

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T2 groundbreaking ceremony marks start of new multi-family development in downtown Huntsville

August 22, 2022 Click to view T2 groundbreaking ceremony marks start of new multi-family development in downtown Huntsville

Editor’s Note: This release was shared on behalf of T2 Capital Management, LLC. With a momentous groundbreaking ceremony on Aug. 22, 2022, T2 Capital Management, LLC, launched the construction of Vista at Councill Square, the initial phase of the redevelopment of 600 St. Clair Street in downtown Huntsville. In attendance were members of T2’s team, including Jeff Brown, CEO and Co-CIO; Tom Lowe, Director of Acquisitions and Development; and John Felker, Co-CIO. [more]

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Progress report: City of Huntsville reviews BIG Picture master plan

July 28, 2022 Click to view Progress report: City of Huntsville reviews BIG Picture master plan

In 2018, the City of Huntsville unveiled its first published, comprehensive master plan shaped by direct and frequent input from citizens. Huntsville Manager of Urban and Long-Range Planning Dennis Madsen speaks at podium while Mayor Tommy Battle looks on. That input encompassed more than 200 public workshops and lectures, a 24/7 online idea forum and an informative traveling exhibit to help craft the guide as a compass and roadmap for smart, sustainable [more]

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City praises new Orion amphitheater ahead of highly anticipated opening weekend

May 13, 2022 Click to view City praises new Orion amphitheater ahead of highly anticipated opening weekend

A groundbreaking Huntsville venue years in the making will debut to the public this weekend with the kickoff of The First Waltz at MidCity District. Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle joined U.K.-based music venue developer and operator tvg hospitality, the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber, MidCity District and other leaders on Friday, May 13, for a grand opening of The Orion Amphitheater. Following the ribbon-cutting ceremony, tvg hospitality CEO and Mumford & Sons member [more]

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City of Huntsville approves Kids’ Space renovation agreement

April 14, 2022 Click to view City of Huntsville approves Kids’ Space renovation agreement

The City of Huntsville will move forward with plans to upgrade Kids’ Space after City Council approved a $6.8 million construction contract Thursday night. The Council voted to allow Mayor Tommy Battle to enter into an agreement between the City and general contractor Miller & Miller, Inc., for Phase II of Kids’ Space at John Hunt Park. Per the agreement, the project will include the following: New playground equipment and surfacing New park area [more]

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Construction set to begin on Joe Davis Stadium renovation

December 16, 2021 Click to view Construction set to begin on Joe Davis Stadium renovation

The City of Huntsville approved a $27.7 million dollar contract with Lee Builders to renovate Joe Davis Stadium. The 14-month remodel will deliver a modern sports facility to accommodate high school football, lacrosse, soccer, and city sports clinics and special events. Seating capacity will be reduced from 10,000 to 6,600 to allow for open terraces and better visibility for patrons. Construction is expected to begin in early 2022, and the project will [more]

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New Huntsville City Hall, parking deck a ‘legacy project’ for the future

December 16, 2021 Click to view New Huntsville City Hall, parking deck a ‘legacy project’ for the future

The City of Huntsville’s new City Hall and adjoining parking garage are one step closer to reality following the City Council’s regularly scheduled meeting Thursday night. City Council unanimously approved a resolution authorizing Mayor Tommy Battle to enter an agreement between the City and Turner Construction Co. for construction services of the new City Hall and parking deck to be built across the street at the site of the current parking [more]

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Legacy Park in northwest Huntsville inches closer to reality

October 28, 2021 Click to view Legacy Park in northwest Huntsville inches closer to reality

The new Legacy Park at the site of the former J.O. Johnson High School moved one step closer to reality during Thursday night’s Huntsville City Council meeting. City Council approved a design services contract with Bostick Landscape Architects for the project, which will provide a unique recreational space the community can enjoy for years to come. The park, adjacent to the new Johnson Legacy Center (JLC) in northwest Huntsville, will include [more]

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A new chapter begins: South Huntsville Public Library opens to community

September 28, 2021 Click to view A new chapter begins: South Huntsville Public Library opens to community

A new chapter begins today for South Huntsville as the much-anticipated South Huntsville Public Library opens to the community. The 30,750-square-foot facility replaces the old Bailey Cove Library Branch in Weatherly Plaza. Located in the City of Huntsville’s Sandra Moon Community Complex, the library was designed to meet the needs of a dynamic, growing community with plenty of space for books, gatherings and technology. The library is a collaborative effort between the [more]

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