Grasselli Heights Apartments for Rent
Grasselli Heights is a residential neighborhood in Birmingham. It is close to the suburban cities of Bessemer, Alabaster and Pinson and is bordered by Mineral Avenue Southwest, Rutledge Avenue Southwest, 45th Street Southwest, and Felix Avenue Southwest.
Families reside in the neighborhood and live in houses, townhouses, apartments, and mobile homes. The average age of a Grasselli Heights resident is 39.
Although the Birmingham-Jefferson Country Transit Authority provides its communities with the Metro Area Express (MAX) buses, most residents travel by personal vehicle. The average daily commute by vehicle is 30-45 minutes. There is an Amtrak station in Birmingham that connects its passengers to Atlanta, New Orleans and New York. The Birmingham International Airport is a major gateway to the city.
Grasselli Heights is located near the attractions and destinations of Downtown Birmingham.
The Arlington Antebellum Home and Garden was known as “The Grove” to Judge William S. Mudd, one of ten founding fathers of Birmingham. His 1842, 8-room, 2-story white frame house on six acres is an example of Greek revival architecture and is in the National Register of Historic Places.
Family friendly Railroad Park is a 19-acre green space in Downtown Birmingham. The park, with its hand cast bricks and cobblestone, is a celebration of the city’s past industry and artistic future. Also known as “Birmingham’s Living Room,” the park has over 600 trees in its landscaping and is designed as an escape from urban living.
The 2,800 square foot Birmingham History Center was founded in 2004 and located in the historic Young and Vann Supply building. As an educational experience for children and adults, it houses over 4,000 historic Birmingham and Jefferson County objects, photos, audio, and exhibits.