Whether you already call The Pizitz in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, home—or its rich and eclectic food hall your home away from home—it’s worth taking another look at the myriad ways this modernized historic icon in the heart of the Theatre District offers to live and play.

City Energy & Convenience

One of the first mixed use properties in the Magic City’s modern era, The Pizitz makes it easy to be at the center of everything in an energetic and reimagined downtown, offering convenient access to bustling Second Avenue North, UAB, the central business district, as well as countless entertainment options and attractions, including museums, Railroad Park, and Regions Field.

Private Sophistication & Comfort

It makes it equally easy to retreat into privacy and luxurious comfort. A light, open and airy Pizitz apartment home with its hardwood and stained concrete floors affords its sophisticated community members chef-inspired kitchens and stunning city views. (Some of the residences even feature the woods that were part of the original construction of The Pizitz.) The building, managed by Birmingham-based Arlington Properties with its professional signature combination of finesse and discretion, features a rooftop pool and lounge, fitness studio and locker room, and event space for residents. And, of course, designated covered parking.


According to various apartment industry surveys, 70 to 90 percent of renters have a pet, so Arlington Properties has ensured that—like the other communities it develops, builds, and manages throughout its 12-state footprint throughout the Southeast and Midwest—The Pizitz is a pet-friendly property.

Pizitz Food Hall

The Louis Bar sits at the heart of The Pizitz Food Hall, making it the perfect cocktail gathering spot for friends and neighbors, not to mention business associates who make their offices in The Forge, the thoughtfully designed co-working space that’s also part of this multiuse building. And, Sidewalk Film Center + Cinema calls the lower level home, so theatergoers can meet up at The Louis before or after a show.

And what would a food hall be without food? The Pizitz does not disappoint when it comes to offering culinary options. Gourmet sandwiches to go from Tina & Gina’s, spicy Indian street food from Silver Kati, and Spun Cow artisan ice cream are just few favorites from which to pick—and, SOCU Southern Kitchen & Oyster Bar is the newest addition to the hall and to the Birmingham food scene, with its famed Mobile take on seafood favorites.