2909 Highland Avenue South, Birmingham
Located on lovely Highland Avenue, The Sheraton Apartments offer residential living in one of Birmingham’s most elegant and historic neighborhoods. Located minutes from UAB and downtown, there is no shortage of places to go and things to do.
|Unit Name||Unit Type||Square Feet||Bedrooms||Bathrooms||Price|
|Studio A||Studio||350||1||1||Contact for Pricing and Availability|
|Studio B||Studio||400||1||1||Contact for Pricing and Availability|
|Studio C||Studio||450||1||1||Contact for Pricing and Availability|
|1A||1 Bedroom||600||1||1||Contact for Pricing and Availability|
|1B||1 Bedroom||650||1||1||Contact for Pricing and Availability|
|1C||1 Bedroom||780||1||1||Contact for Pricing and Availability|
|1D||Furnished 1 Bedroom||600||1||1||Contact for Pricing and Availability|
|2A||2 Bedroom||950||2||2||Contact for Pricing and Availability|
|2B||2 Bedroom||1200||2||2||Contact for Pricing and Availability|
|3A||3 Bedroom||1300||3||3||Contact for Pricing and Availability|
History of The Sheraton
Constructed in 1951 by the J. A. Jones Construction Company, The Sheraton Apartments were one of the first high-rise apartments on Highland Avenue. Originally the modern-style brick building consisted entirely of efficiencies and 1-bedroom apartments, accessed by a pair of elevators in the lobby. Each unit included hot and cold running water, lights and forced hot-water heat, as well as a kitchen with a stove and refrigerator and metal cabinets. Nelson Weaver and Mark Hodo of the Hodo-Weaver Companies developed the project. As an added perk for taking on the project, Nelson Weaver built out a six-room penthouse on the top floor for himself. Over the course of its sixty plus year history, The Sheraton Apartments have undergone numerous interior upgrades, but still maintain their historic charm and feel.