Montgomery Alabama Sheraton Hotel
Huntsville has a long history of saying no to construction when it should have been said yes, but now that it has been built, they say yes again. It seems that the surrounding residential area on Redstone Road and its surrounding neighbourhoods is not large enough to justify demolishing existing buildings and building new ones. Why are there not more retail, restaurants and groceries when all the new homes are being built on Redstones Road on the river?
Where Chuy's is built is an old production site that looks like it was straight out of the 1950s. I suspect that when New Grissom High School is built, that will change when it is finished. Century Automotive bought the old Holiday Inn and expanded it to expand its dealership. As a result of tornado damage in the late 1990s, it was demolished and converted into the two-story shopping center that now stands there. The Parisian, which was added as an anchor, was converted into a single-storey shopping centre.
Where Chuy's is built is an old production site that looks like it was straight out of the 1950s. Next door is also a Ramada Inn, which was originally a Holiday Inn, and there is no better place to stay than in Montgomery. This 1950s development is reflected in the holiday park, which is located south of Joe David Stadium. I have seen some of them, but there are a number of other buildings on the site, like an office building and a grocery store.
There are still some run-down shops, but it seems that all the new shops and developments are going exactly where they are.