Affordable new Homes in Birmingham

LGI Homes offers Birmingham area new homes. If you are tired of renting in Birmingham, locate affordable new homes by visiting each location in the Birmingham metro area today.
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Birmingham's Affordable New Construction Home Builder

LGI Homes is proud to offer beautiful new homes in amenity-rich, conveniently located communities surrounding Birmingham, Alabama. LGI Homes exemplifies commitment to service, quality and value, through their stunning new home communities and affordable no money down homes. Enjoy the slower pace, open space and reduced living expense that exists just a short distance from downtown. LGI Homes' new home communities offer the best of both worlds: affordable homeownership, and the vibrancy, attractions and amenities of the greater Birmingham area. Want to look into buying a new home in Birmingham? We have homes available in a variety of Birmingham communities. Contact one of our communities today and see what LGI Homes has ready for you.

Lexington Parc - (844) 857-4117 - Montevallo, Alabama
Logan Farms - (844) 857-4117 - Vance, Alabama
Twelve Oaks - (844) 972-8866 - Pell City, Alabama
Winchester Hills - (833) 887-2023 - Clay, Alabama 

About Birmingham, AL

Located in north central Alabama, Birmingham is the largest city in the state in terms of population with more than 200,000 people living there. Overall, the metropolitan area boasts more than a million people, meaning you’re bound to find some wonderful homes for sale. Birmingham, AL got its start back in 1871 as it became a major industrial center largely thanks to the intersection of two major railroad lines. This industrial focus also plays a role in how the city got its name since Birmingham, England was also a major industrial city at the time. In addition to rail transportation, Birmingham, Alabama became known for its steel and iron production. As it grew rapidly in its early years, it also earned nicknames such as “Pittsburgh of the South” and “Magic City.”

While Birmingham has long been known for industrial production, it was during the 1950s and 1960s that the city perhaps made the biggest impact on the country as a whole. That period was the Civil Rights Movement, where activists led by Martin Luther King, Jr. and Fred Shuttlesworth worked to end segregation based on race. Resistance to this effort was fierce, with Dr. King being jailed after a nonviolent protest. It was in this jail where Dr. King wrote “Letter from Birmingham Jail”, an influential treatise that would define much of the movement. After months of protests and violent incidents, public accommodations in Birmingham were finally desegregated. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was later passed nationwide.

Today, Birmingham, AL pays respect to the sacrifices of those in the Civil Rights Movement with the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, opened in the 1990s. There, visitors can find out more about the history of civil rights and the role Birmingham played in such a momentous event. You should also visit the Martin Luther King, Jr. statue that’s located in Kelly Ingram Park as you look for homes for sale in Birmingham, Alabama.

You don’t have to worry about finding things to do in Birmingham. The city is known as the entertainment and cultural capital of Alabama thanks to an abundance of museums and art galleries. Theaters can be found all over the place and new restaurants offering unique cuisines have been opening up thanks to an economic revival happening in the city.

Other Birmingham, AL Factoids

Veterans Day may now be known as a national holiday, but the first city in the country to celebrate it was Birmingham.

As you search for new construction homes in Birmingham, AL, you might want to take some time to go fishing. BassMaster Magazine once voted Birmingham as “America’s Bass Capital,” so you’ll want to take advantage.

Baseball is America’s pastime, and Birmingham has a proud role to play in the tradition. Birmingham is where you’ll find the country’s oldest baseball stadium, Rickwood Field. Baseball greats like Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, and Ty Cobb have all played there.

If you go to Vulcan Park, you’ll be able to see the famous Vulcan statue, which was originally cast in 1904 for that year’s St. Louis Exposition. The statue is located on top of a tower you can go into, which also provides a beautiful view of the whole city.

The Vulcan statue is found in Red Mountain Park, which is one of the largest urban parks in the nation. Stop by as you’re looking for new homes in Birmingham, AL.

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