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100 Inverness Cliffs Dr, Birmingham, AL 35242
$778 - $1,245 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 558-9642

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1000 Wildforest Dr, Birmingham, AL 35209
$1,120 - $1,605 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 558-9351

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201 Retreat Dr, Birmingham, AL 35242
$849 - $2,583 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 419-2343

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1 Stonecrest Dr, Birmingham, AL 35242
$750 - $1,440 | 1 - 3 Beds

(844) 321-4265

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600 24th St N, Birmingham, AL 35203
$775 - $1,300 | 1 - 3 Beds

(256) 743-5260

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3100 Heatherbrook Rd, Birmingham, AL 35242
$680 - $1,176 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 725-6018

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2850 Venice Rd, Birmingham, AL 35211
$1,030 - $1,769 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 558-9424

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779 Woodmere Creek Dr, Birmingham, AL 35226
$680 - $1,150 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 558-9081

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101 Leaf Lake Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35211
$856 - $1,597 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 453-7931

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100 Inverness L..., Birmingham, AL 35242
$699 - $1,275 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 725-6039

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5050 Cahaba River Rd, Birmingham, AL 35243
$995 - $1,700 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 558-9788

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150 Summit Pl, Birmingham, AL 35243
$949 - $1,429 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 558-9461

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901 Old Forest Rd, Birmingham, AL 35243
$1,099 - $1,329 | 2 Beds

(205) 725-6087

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200 Springs Ave, Birmingham, AL 35242
$659 - $999 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 558-9633

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98 Chace Lake Pky, Birmingham, AL 35244
$660 - $1,885 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 224-0335

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3500 Clairmont Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35222
$1,277 - $2,890 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 547-3774

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1000 Hunt Cliff Rd, Birmingham, AL 35242
$699 - $1,052 | 1 - 2 Beds

(205) 558-9626

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1508 4th Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35233
$960 - $2,305 | Studio - 2 Beds

(205) 440-3825

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2801 Riverview Rd, Birmingham, AL 35242
$899 - $1,375 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 558-9504

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726 Raleigh Ct, Birmingham, AL 35209
$759 - $1,335 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 558-9380

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3251 Overton Rd, Birmingham, AL 35223
$825 - $1,500 | 1 - 3 Beds

(844) 210-0859

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700 Aspen Dr, Birmingham, AL 35209
$545 - $794 | Studio - 2 Beds

(205) 558-9411

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1 Meadow Dr, Birmingham, AL 35242
$749 - $1,342 | 1 - 3 Beds

(844) 260-3744

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10 Kenley Way, Birmingham, AL 35242
$749 - $1,650 | 1 - 3 Beds

(205) 558-9838

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850 Shoal Run Trl, Birmingham, AL 35242
$700 - $850 | 1 - 2 Beds

(205) 558-9639

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Birmingham, AL Apartments for Rent

They call it the “Pittsburg of the South,” but whether or not you knew that is okay, because you definitely know the name Birmingham. As the largest city in the state of Alabama, Birmingham cover 152 square miles and is home to more than 212,000 people, making up 25% of the state’s entire population. This city is known for so many reasons, including its role in the Civil Rights era as well as its present-day diversity of amenities.

Birmingham was founded in June of 1871 by the Elyton Land Company. It was intended from the very beginning to be a major center of industry, and was thus named after the industrial city of Birmingham in the United Kingdom in an effort to push that point. Due to the Wall Street crash in 1873 and an outbreak of Cholera, the city did not see an initial boom, but soon after these mishaps it took off at an explosive rate and the twentieth century brought such a tremendous amount of growth that it was nicknamed “The Magic City.”

The Great Depression of the 1930s hit the city rather hard as sources of capital began to dry up. A demand for steel during wartime and a building boom after the war helped restore the city to prosperity. Birmingham gained attention on a national and international level as the center of Civil Rights issues in the 1950s and 60s. The city earned another less impressive nickname, “Bombingham,” due to a string of racial bombings. Sit-ins, mass marches, and other protests took place during this time and eventually led to the desegregation of public establishments and the Civil Right Act of 1964. Today the city is in a rebirth stage as it has been since the turn of the century, and has seen much expansion and has adopted the tagline of “the diverse city.”

Things to Do in Birmingham:

Some people think of Alabama and think of a small, country state where not much takes place. Well they are highly mistaken. As the cultural and entertainment capital of the state, Birmingham is a thriving city with many amenities. There is a long list of things to do in Birmingham and you’ll have so much fun at each one that it may be impossible for you to get through everything. There are great family-friendly attractions, intriguing museums, a jumping nightlife, and wonderful cuisine. The one thing you’ll never be is bored when you move to an apartment in Birmingham!

Attractions in Birmingham are not only fun, but many of them are very educational as well. See the unofficial symbol of Birmingham and the world’s largest cast iron statue – Vulcan, at the Vulcan Park and Museum. Get wet and wild with the family at Splash Adventure Waterpark. See the rhino encounter and the sea lion splash show at the Birmingham Zoo. Tour the 25 unique gardens of various plant life at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Travel from late 1800s to the present as you explore the galleries at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.

The museums in Birmingham are sure to captivate you with the stories they tell and the history they reveal. The Birmingham Museum of Art is the largest of the museums in the city. Here you’ll find 24,000 items that display pieces of Asian, African, European, American, Pre-Columbian, and Native American culture. See the rich stories of Southern aviation at the Southern Museum of Flight. The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum is home to more than 1200 vintage and modern motorcycles.

Believe it or not, there is nightlife in Birmingham. Everything from bars and pubs to nightclubs is available for you to enjoy when the sun goes down. Everyone 18 and older can have a great time in a Las Vegas atmosphere while at Aqua, the city’s newest and hottest nightclub. Dave’s Pub is the place to go to watch sports, throw darts, play video golf and bowl, all while drinking a good beer. If you want to kick back with a glass of wine or a smooth cocktail, visit the Blue Monkey Lounge. If you love live music then you have to go to Ona’s Music Room to see local and touring bands perform.

The cuisine in Birmingham has more range than Mariah Carey. With high-end restaurants, down home diners, and everything in between, you’ll have a great dining experience in Birmingham, no matter what you have a taste for. Choose from an array of items on the Pan Asian menu at the Asian Rim Sushi Company. Try one of the award-winning Cuban sandwiches at Kool Korner Sandwiches. Dine on traditional Mediterranean cuisine while surrounded by Greek and Turkish artifacts at DoDiYos. There are plenty more eateries to try with fare from American to Chinese, Mexican to French, Organic, frozen yogurt, donuts and more.

What to Consider When Moving to Birmingham:

There is much to be considered before moving to a new city, and Birmingham is no exception. There are great things to do and see here, but there are other elements that must be taken into account as well, such as what part of the city you will live in, the climate, and any other important or interesting facts that may have an impact on where you choose your new Birmingham apartment.

Birmingham is comprised of 23 different communities, which total 99 individual neighborhoods. The city also has nine buildings that have 18 or more stories, and are more than 283 feet tall. The tallest buildings are the Wells Fargo Tower which is 454ft with 34 stories, the Regions-Harbert Plaza which is 437ft and 32 stories, followed by the AT&T City Center and the Regions Center which are both 390ft tall with 30 stories.

There are countless historical facts surrounding the city of Birmingham and they help shape the city that presently stands, and influenced songs and prose to this day. While imprisoned for having taken part in a nonviolent protest, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wrote his famous Letter from Birmingham Jail. African American poet Dudley Randall wrote, “The Ballad of Birmingham,” and jazz musician John Coltrane composed the song “Alabama.” The song “Sweet Home Alabama” by Lynyrd Skynyrd contains the line “in Birmingham they love the governor.” The song “Black Betty” by Ram Jam contains the line “She’s from Birmingham (bam-ba-lam) Way down in Alabam’ (bam-ba-lam).” Randy Newman wrote a song titled “Birmingham” about a man living in this city. Birmingham is mentioned in “Playboy Mommy” by singer-songwriter Tori Amos as well as in “Run, Baby, Run” by Sheryl Crow. Tracy Lawrence and Ken Mellons each recorded the country song “Paint Me a Birmingham.”

In 2015 The International World Game Executive Committee chose Birmingham to host the 2021 World Games. Birmingham was selected over Lima, Peru and Ufa, Russia. This event will bring thousands of athletes and fans to the city creating a large surge in the economy.

Why Birmingham Apartments Are Hot:

Despite the rocky moments in its history, the city of Birmingham has survived and prospered. There is a wide range of amenities through the city for residents to enjoy. The attractions that visitors only get to partake in for a few days, these Birmingham apartments allow you and your family the ability to indulge in them whenever you feel. After a long day at work, you can have a delicious meal at one of the amazing restaurants around the city. On the weekends join the nightlife as you visit one of the local karaoke bars or night clubs.

Birmingham apartments are perfect for newcomers to the city. You’ll get the chance to explore all the great things that make Birmingham such a remarkable place. Pretty soon you’ll be so hooked on the city that you won’t want to ever leave.

Why Birmingham?

  • 124 beautiful parks, including the Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
  • The Appalachian Mountains and the sweeping views from Vulcan Park.
  • Spending your nights at the ultra-competitive Talladega Superspeedway.
  • Restaurants, nightclubs, and shopping at the gorgeous Riverchase Galleria.
  • Several golf courses, including the expansive Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail.
  • Family fun, including the Alabama Adventure Park and the Birmingham Zoo.

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