WELCOME TO IRON CITY LOFTS!
When you don't want to choose between a downtown lifestyle and a luxury downtown apartment, you want the new Iron City Lofts! These Birmingham, Alabama lofts are brand new construction and conveniently located off Red Mountain Expressway & Highway 31. We have apartments feature amenities such as 10-foot ceilings with stunning views of downtown and UAB from your own balcony, granite counter-tops, huge oversized closets, and hardwood flooring! Living downtown provides a wealth of entertainment just outside your door. Iron City Lofts is located in the heart of Downtown Birmingham in Lakeview, within walking distance to UAB, the historic Sloss Furnaces, Pepper Place, Bettola, Cantina, Oven Bird, the Rotary Trail, Trim Tab Brewery, Hop City, Ghost Train Brewery, the farmer's market, Sky Castle Gastro Pub, Hattie B's Chicken, Babalu Tacos & Tapas, Tin Roof music lounge and bar. Businesses that are walking distance to these new southside apartments are St. Vincent's Hospital, Brasfield & Gorrie, BBVA Compass, the VA Medical Center. These pet friendly luxury apartments offer a fitness center on the 3rd floor with glass garage doors that open on to the pool deck, secure bike storage, a swimming pool, a rooftop lounge, secure gated parking, climate controlled on site storage rooms and an onsite dog wash room. Discover what people are saying about new downtown apartment living in Birmingham that will inspire you. Rent your next new apartment on the southside in Lakeview at Iron City Lofts!
7 to 14 Month lease terms available.
The property is spacious, peaceful and immaculately kept. Minutes away from downtown activities such as Railroad Park, Regions Field, Lakeview and everything else the city has to offer!
These apartments have it all! So close to Pepper Place, Lakeview, amazing restaurants and everything happening downtown! Not to mention the view is great, neighbors are all friendly and the apartments themselves are beautiful and spacious.
It's a new building and there have been some hiccups that come with that. The pool flooded, which caused the lobby to flood, causing the fire alarm to go off often over the span of a week.
No hot water for 2 weeks upon moving in. Not enough sound proofing.
Moved in, place was not cleaned. Since it was brand new, I shouldn't have to come into an overpriced apt and have to vacuum sheet rock and also have to unclog the bathtub due debris from the workers. Or while hanging things on the walls, seeing marks on walls, warped sheet rock that you can tell from one of the bedrooms and living rooms. Should I continue to go on or I assume the owner/builder know these things already. Again cheap and overpriced. I will be having my lawyer look over my lease