Old stove factory to be reborn as Huntsville’s next big entertainment and dining development

By Lee Roop lroop@al.com Another large and historic building on Huntsville’s west side is being renovated into a hub for dining, entertainment and work, developers said today. This time, it’s the Martin Stove building at 3414 Governors Drive, and the project is called Stovehouse. The complex will include the city’s first permanent “urban food garden,” wine

14,904 Homes Sold Yesterday… Did Yours?

There are some homeowners who are patiently waiting to get the price they hoped for when they originally listed their houses for sale. Something these homeowners might want to take into consideration is the fact that if their homes haven’t sold yet, maybe they’re not priced properly. After all, 14,904 houses sold yesterday, 14,904 will sell today, and 14,904

Huntsville getting first-in-Alabama steakhouse at Merchants Square

By Paul Gattis pgattis@al.com A steakhouse with locations in Tennessee and Mississippi will soon add Alabama to its roster. Char Restaurant, a Southern-style steakhouse, will be a tenant at the Merchant’s Square Development on Bob Wallace Avenue across from the Whole Foods-anchored The Shops at Market Square. The announcement on the new restaurant – described as a

Huntsville July home sales grow 8 percent over last year

By Bryan Davis August 22, 2017 Click here to view or print the entire monthly report compliments of the ACRE Corporate Cabinet. Sales: According to the North Alabama Multiple Listing Service, Huntsville/Madison County residential sales totaled 630 units during July, a growth in sales of 7.9 percent or 46 units from the same period last year. Year-to-date sales increased 11.3 percent from the

Do you feel wealthy Alabama?

Some Highlights: Thinking of moving across the country? How far will your money take you? The majority of states in the Midwest and South offer a lower cost of living compared to Northeast and Western states. The ‘Biggest Bang for your Buck’ comes in Mississippi where, compared to the national average, you can actually purchase $116.01 worth