Sloss Real Estate Adds to its List of Accomplishments earning the Accredited Management Organization ® (AMO®) accreditation from the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM®), which is the only accreditation in the industry that recognizes excellence in real estate management firms.
The revitalization of the Young & Vann building is complete after five months, and now houses AL.com and the Birmingham News.
The Birmingham Business Journal turns to Cathy Sloss Jones for her opinion on how to improve transportation in Birmingham. Watch the interview here!
The Birmingham Business Journal gets Cathy Sloss Jones' opinion on what it takes to make Birmingham successful. She discusses everything from economic developement to transportation. See what she has to say.
The Birmingham Business Journal interviews Cathy Sloss Jones regarding her plans to make Birmingham even better. Get insight on what she believes to be Birmingham's biggest challenges, and the latest plans she has for Sloss Real Estate in this initiative.
Sloss Real Estate is Recognized by the BBJ for Having Two of the Top Commercial Real Estate Deals of 2013
The Professionals at Sloss Real Estate prove expertise in 2013, which did not go unnoticed by the business community. The recent edition of the Birmingham Business Journal recognizes two of Sloss Real Estate's deals in their 2013 selection of top Commercial Real Estate Deals. Continue reading for more details on these recent developments.
Pepper Placed is featured in the Atlanta Business Chronical, showcasing the vibrant transformation of this disctrict over the last 20 years. The publication coined this area as "a true success story of adaptive reuse." Check out the full article to see what else is being said about the city of Birmingham.
This wonderful article from the Urban Land Institute of Atlanta awknowledges the difference that Pepper Place has made in the local area and talks about the award that they were recently nominated for.
An excellent article in the Birmingham Business Journal highlighting plans for the revitalization of Lakeview including a permanent structure for the popular Pepper Place Saturday Market!
Cahaba’s first NMTC went full cycle, creating 130 construction jobs redeveloping a blighted city block, and creating 25 high quality permanent jobs upon completion
The January/Februay 2012 edition of Preservation Magazine coins Pepper Place as one of the South's most popular design and entertainment districts. This article tells the story of how the vision of Cathy Sloss Jones, president and CEO of Sloss Real Estate, preserved the historic Dr. Pepper plant, which has become one of Birmingham's most loved spots.
The New York Times article featuring Sloss Real Estate also included a slide show to highlight key parts of the article. We have posted the images and captions that were used for this peice, which can also be found on the New York Times website.
Sloss Real Estate's effort to revive Birmingham received national exposure when featured in the New York Times. The article focused on the history of Birmingham and how the Sloss family has impacted our city over the years. The recent efforts of Cathy Sloss Jones in the development of Pepper Place was the primary focus, along with future plans for the Lakeview District.
The Birmingham News featured an article written by Cathy Sloss Crenshaw, which gives an inside look at the future plans for the recently developed Park Place neighborhood.
The Birmingham Business Journal highlighted Sloss Real Estates recent efforts with Park Place and RIdge Park, and also discusses future plans with company president and CEO, Cathly Sloss Crenshaw.