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Pizitz project providing lift to Birmingham tech community

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – A new downtown Birmingham development that mixes residential and office space with innovative food offerings and a community gathering spot is poised to become another boost for the city’s thriving tech sector.

Bayer Properties’ $66 million redevelopment of the historic Pizitz department store is in its final stages, with the first residents expected to begin moving in around late November or early December.

Along with 143 apartments, the project will include 11,000 square feet of office space and The Pizitz Food Hall, which was called a “foodie’s heaven” by The New York Times.

The long-awaited redevelopment was initially conceived years before Regions Field, Railroad Park, Uptown Entertainment District and many condo and apartment projects became reality as part of the modern renaissance of downtown Birmingham.

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