See how Orchestra Partners works with local entrepreneurs to bring new life to small towns + downtown Birmingham


Orchestra Partners At Morris Avenue
Peyton, the owner and founder of Lifelyles. (Jacob Blankenship / Bham Now)

When you hear about Orchestra Partners, you may think about their work in downtown Birmingham along Morris Avenue and massive projects like The Frank and the Steam Plant, but their core business is planning and redevelopment for small towns. Why?

Orchestra Partners got the idea for this business when they realized some of the areas of Birmingham they were redeveloping felt like cities within a city—places like Five Points South and Avondale—and Orchestra was making development choices based on community observations. Keep reading to see how Orchestra has taken this model outside of Birmingham.

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