New entertainment venue coming to former The Hive site in Five Points South

Place of Urban Parc, the previous The Hive (Pat Byington/Bham Now)

City Parc, a eating and amusement venue, is shifting into the previous site of  The Hive (1006 20th St. South) in the coronary heart of the Five Factors South Amusement District.

On January 31st, the Birmingham Metropolis Council authorised City Parc’s liquor license, clearing a major hurdle for  the institution. 

What to Count on

City Parc is the brainchild of Draper Mason, the owner of Urban Smoke Bar and Grill in Fairfield. According to the Birmingham Company Journal, the new entertainment location will contain the pursuing:

  • Upscale dining expertise
  • Rooftop bar
  • Cinema termed Sights

A Spot

IMG 7076 New entertainment venue coming to former The Hive site in Five Points South
The Storyteller. Frank Fleming’s wonderful fountain in the heart of 5 Points Neighborhood. (Pat Byington/Bham Now)

Situated up coming to Homewood Suites and only a block absent from the renowned Five Details “Storyteller Fountain” — Urban Parc is launching its enterprise at the appropriate time.

Five Points South has been in the middle of a “building boom” in excess of the past number of decades.

Across from the 17 tale Students Birmingham opened in 2020 and the Tower on Tenth, the aged Trades Tower is staying redeveloped. Close by, Southern Study is also growing.

Keep Tuned

With a new license in hand, we be expecting the City Parc to open up quickly. Stay tuned to Bham Now for its impending opening.

Pat Byington

Pat Byington

Longtime conservationist. Former Executive Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for far more than 18 a long time. Job highlights consist of taking part in an energetic role in the creation of Alabama’s Forever Wild system, Tiny River Canyon Nationwide Preserve, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of specific destinations all over the East via the Wilderness Culture and the strengthening (making more stringent) the condition of Alabama’s most cancers possibility and mercury specifications.

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