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Famous for its shopping, cultural, historic, and entertainment attractions, the Magic City is earning national accolades as one of America's most livable metropolitan centers. Birmingham is an artful blend of old and new, historic and progressive. Magnificent architecture from the past blends gracefully with stunning new high-rise developments to create a distinctive skyline. Birmingham has proudly assumed its place among the nation's leading financial and business centers, yet the city has managed to preserve the warm and gentle spirit for which the South has long been known. New residents will be captivated by the beauty and character of the Birmingham's historic neighborhoods, filled with grand architecture and mature greenery. Acres of lush parkland, important monuments, cultural centers and performance venues, wonderful museums, high-fashion districts and malls, a lively nightlife, fine dining, and a thriving economy are just a few of the high points on a long list of Birmingham advantages. The city is brimming over with cosmopolitan advantages and amenities from permanent companies for the arts and children's theatre to revolutionary public educational institutions and internationally recognized healthcare facilities. Known for its diversity, the city is emerging as a model for ensuring that all residents enjoy equal access to the finest that Birmingham has to offer. The expansive city of Birmingham is closely aligned with Jefferson County but also stretches into Shelby County.
179 listings with an estimated median price of $350,000
(Data as of 6/15/2021)
The population of the community broken down by age group. The numbers at the top of each bar indicate the number of people in the age bracket below.
Median Age: 38.19
The Temperature chart displays average high and low values for January and July, and is designed to provide an indication of both seasonal and daily temperature variability. The Weather Risk Index indicates the calculated risk of each type of weather event occurring in the future. This risk is based on historical localized storm events and weather patterns. The national average for each type of weather event equals a score of 100, so a score of 200 would represent twice the risk as the national average, and a score of 50 would represent half the risk of the national average.
The Community Educational Index chart is based on the U.S. Census Bureau's Socioeconomic Status (SES) elements. Factors used in creating the index below are income, educational achievement, and occupation of persons within the selected ZIP code. Since this index is based on the population of an entire Zip code, it may not reflect the nature of an individual school.
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