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Haven't stopped by this forum in a while, and surprised to see this hasn't been posted yet.

Updates on few exciting residential projects




The 250-unit, $45 million Meridian at the Port finally breaks ground:

http://www.al.com/news/mobile/index....y_at_hand.html






The 84-unit, mixed-use $30 million renovation of the Merchants Bank Building unveiled:

http://http://realestate.al.com/real...ark_to_un.html




And announced today, the 70-unit, $7 million renovation of Seamen's Club/ Old City Hall North.

http://www.fox10tv.com/story/3609178...tment-building


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Thanks for the updates with visuals Alxx. It's really exciting to see that momentum in downtown Mobile continues.
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Another major project the seems to maybe be getting overlooked.

The new $89 million Federal Courthouse Building on St. Joseph Street.

I forgot this thing went through a redesign. I remember at one point this, was going to be a much shorter, longer structure that was going to take up multiple blocks and break up the street grid. Now that they changed it to a taller structure, does anybody know if that's still the case with the street grid?



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Another major project the seems to maybe be getting overlooked.

The new $89 million Federal Courthouse Building on St. Joseph Street.

I forgot this thing went through a redesign. I remember at one point this, was going to be a much shorter, longer structure that was going to take up multiple blocks and break up the street grid. Now that they changed it to a taller structure, does anybody know if that's still the case with the street grid?
Here is some information on the courthouse project from this past June:
https://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/162574

Based on the information from that page, the new building only takes up an entire city block (not multiple blocks like in the old rendering). The project also includes renovating the existing courthouse afterwards.

More details here:
https://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/125030
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