Bridge Street Town Centre

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Bridge Street Town Centre
Location Huntsville, Alabama, USA
Coordinates 34°43′01″N 86°40′26″W / 34.717°N 86.674°W / 34.717; -86.674Coordinates: 34°43′01″N 86°40′26″W / 34.717°N 86.674°W / 34.717; -86.674
Opening date November 1, 2007
Management Bayer Properties, L.L.C.
Owner Miller Capital Advisory
Architect TSArchitects
No. of stores and services 70
No. of anchor tenants 2

Bridge Street Town Centre is an upscale lifestyle center shopping center in Huntsville, Alabama, developed by O&S Holdings and designed by TSArchitects, both of Los Angeles.[1] The center is located in Cummings Research Park at the intersection of Old Madison Pike, Interstate 565, and Research Park Boulevard (Alabama State Route 255).

Bridge Street includes 550,000 sq ft (51,000 m2) of retail space featuring a Cinemark movie theater and 80 shops and restaurants as well as a one six-story, 140,000 sq ft (13,000 m2) Class A office space building, and an eleven-story, 232 room Westin Hotel and a 150-room Element by Westin hotel. The center used to feature a 5-acre (20,000 m2) lake, but need for a department store anchor pad and leakage problems caused most of it to be filled in.

The retail portion of the mixed-use project opened on November 1, 2007. The Westin became the first in Alabama when it opened in Spring of 2008.


Bridge Street offers a wide variety of shops and restaurants. Among them are Altar'd State, Anthropologie, Apple, Bar Louie, Barnes and Noble, Bath and Body Works, Bed Bath and Beyond, Belk, Cantina Laredo, Connors Steak & Seafood, DSW Shoes, Francesca's, Gap, H&M, Mountain High Outfitters, P.F. Chang's, Sephora, The Melting Pot, Toys R Us (closing soon), Victoria's Secret and other boutique shops.

Ownership change and expansion[edit]

In May 2012, Bridge Street was purchased from O&S Holdings by Miller Capital Advisory.[2] In February 2013, Bayer Properties, L.L.C. was named as management and leasing company for the property.[3] With news of the purchase, both the new owners and the city of Huntsville announced an expansion for the development.[4] Phase 3, which began in January 2013, includes a two-level, 170,000 square foot flagship Belk department store, 45,000 square feet of new retail space in four additional buildings, and new surface and deck parking. This addition is being built where the western portion of the lake once was located. Like several of the stores in the development, Belk moved from an existing location in the city (Madison Square Mall), leaving empty retail space behind. Belk opened at Bridge Street in Fall 2014.


  1. ^ "Bridge Street Town Centre Opens to the Public with a Bang" (Press release). O&S Holdings. November 1, 2007. Retrieved January 21, 2011. 
  2. ^ Accardi, Marian (21 May 2012). "Retail center component of Bridge Street Town Centre in Huntsville is acquired". Alabama Media Group. Retrieved 14 January 2014. 
  3. ^ Kent, Dawn (21 March 2013). "Birmingham-based Bayer Properties to manage Huntsville's Bridge Street Town Centre". Alabama Media Group. Retrieved 14 January 2014. 
  4. ^ Accardi, Marian (7 October 2012). "Major expansion planned for Bridge Street Town Centre in Huntsville". Alabama Media Group. Retrieved 14 January 2014. 


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