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Gallery apartment community cultivates next step for Lowe Mill district

HUNTSVILLE — Offering a “world-class retreat inside their homes,” The Gallery is putting out the welcome mat for Huntsvillians.

The nearly $25 million, 107-unit apartment community at 9th Avenue and Seminole Drive is in the heart of West Huntsville – the city’s most dynamic arts and entertainment district.

Residents are just steps away from more than 200 shops, galleries and restaurants in Lowe Mill – the nation’s largest privately held arts community – as well as a growing number of food and retail spaces in the immediate neighborhood.

“We designed the Gallery to give our residents a world-class retreat inside their homes, while also putting them at the heart of a dynamic and fast-developing neighborhood,” said Sam Yeager, a Huntsville native and co-founder of Bristol Development Group. “Lowe Mill offers an incredible range of art, events and entertainment year-round – and the neighborhood is offering even more options every day.”

The Gallery offers studio, one- and two-bedroom apartment homes, ranging from 571 to more than 900 square feet. Each features a suite of stainless steel GE appliances, an in-unit washer and dryer, quartz countertops and other luxury finishes. The community also includes a yoga room and fitness center with state-of-the-art Technogym equipment, a maker space, a dog park, outdoor grills, electric vehicle charging, and a third-floor Sky Lounge overlooking Lowe Mill and downtown Huntsville.    

While The Gallery is only a five-minute drive to downtown and close to various entertainment options, residents will soon have even easier access, thanks to the planned “skybridge” to downtown across Memorial Parkway that will begin less than a block from The Gallery.

“The infrastructure improvements along the Governors Drive corridor are encouraging residential and commercial investment, and this project is a great example,” said Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle. “We anticipate the trend will continue as we work with community partners to improve access to where we live, work and play.”

Bristol has long been part of the revitalization of Huntsville, having developed Artisan Twickenham Square in the heart of downtown. The company is also building Mural at Stovehouse, which will bring more than 200 units to the popular West Huntsville district by early 2025.  


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