9 new million-dollar-plus construction permits approved in Alabama, Nov 8th

Bank Independant
A rendering of 225 Holmes, located in downtown Huntsville. Rendering via Nola | VanPeursem Architects, PC

We’ve got the inside scoop on 9 new million-dollar-plus construction permits awarded to contractors in Alabama last week, including the new Slim Chickens in Cullman. Keep reading for information like contractor names, contracts, permits values, project addresses and much more.

1. Bank Independent’s new office at 225 Holmes Avenue

225 Holmes
The new office development at 225 Holmes Avenue under development in Huntsville. Photo via 225 Holmes on Facebook
  • Project Cost: $7,931,155
  • Project Address: 225 Holmes Avenue Northeast 35801
  • Project: 225 Holmes Office Development
  • Owner of Project: Prince Holdings LLC
  • Contractor/Builder: The Robins & Morton Group

Earlier this year, we learned that the Robins & Morton Group and Prince Holdings LLC were working together on a 77,000 square-foot office development, named 225 Holmes, in downtown Huntsville. Once complete, the five-story building will serve as the new home for Bank Independent.

In addition to space for Bank Independent, the development will include ground-floor retail space, and space for at least one restaurant.

2. Slim Chickens opening in Cullman

Slim Chickens
A Slim Chickens restaurant will be opening in Cullman, Alabama. Photo via Slim Chickens on Facebook
  • Project Cost: $1,551,300
  • Project Address: 1711 Cherokee Avenue SW, Cullman, Alabama
  • Project: A new Slim Chickens in Cullman
  • Owner of Project: Plaza Street Fund 166 llc
  • Contractor/Builder: Hudson Company of Tennessee

Slim Chickens, an Arkansas-based restaurant chain specializing in chicken tenders, wings, sandwiches and more is expanding their presence in Alabama with a new location in Cullman. Earlier this year, the Cullman Planning Commission approved a site at 1722 Cherokee Avenue SW, between Badcock Home Furniture and Lowe’s Home Improvement, for the new Slim Chickens.

That’s not all—Slim Chickens is working on launching a number of new locations throughout the states, including multiple new restaurants throughout Alabama.

Learn More About These Construction Projects

Thanks to our friends at Southern Exposure Information, we’ve got the list of all new million-dollar-plus construction permits approved in Alabama last week. Each week, they pull together information from building permits to get all the details on these projects. You can get access to all of their construction permits right here.

DateCityBuilderOwnerof ProjectProjectAddressProjectCityResidential/ Commercial Type of ProjectAmount
11/01/2021MontgomeryChase MingFIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF MONTGOMERY ALABAMA CO300 S Perry StreetMontgomeryCommercialRepairs $4,500,000
11/03/2021Shelby CountyByrom Building CorporationThompson Realty Co Inc10 Pinehurst GreenBirminghamResidentialSingle Family Dwelling $1,158,000
11/03/2021HuntsvilleBailey-Harris ConstructionRoss Ware8000 Rideout Road SW unit 300HuntsvilleCommercialAlterations $3,549,017
11/03/2021HuntsvilleGrayson Construction LLCPannattoni28869 Fanning Drive NorthwestHuntsvilleCommercialNew Building $125,046,600
11/03/2021HuntsvilleRobins & MortonPrince Holdings LLC225 Holmes Avenue NortheastHuntsvilleCommercialNew Building $7,931,155
11/04/2021Rainbow CitySteve Ayers Legacy Investment LLCOwner Not Listed23303 John T Reid ParkwayScottsboroCommercialNew Building New Commercial Building$5,194,800
11/05/2021CullmanEidson and AssociatesRWC2400 7th Avenue SWCullmanCommercialNew Building sitework & grading$1,059,000
11/04/2021CullmanHudson Company of TennesseePlaza Street Fund 166 llc1711 Cherokee Avenue SWCullmanCommercialNew Building new restaurant - Slim Chickens$1,551,300
11/04/2021AuburnMarshall Design - Build LLCOwner Not Listed2590 Innovation DriveAuburnCommercialNew Building New Commercial Building$2,289,000

Want to look at past updates? We’ve listed them out here:

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Nathan Watson
Tennessee native who fell in love with Birmingham during college. Graduated from Birmingham-Southern College in 2019. Passionate about Birmingham and its continued growth.
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