The official government body of the North Titusville Neighborhood in Birmingham, AL.
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North Titusville is one of three neighborhoods that make up the Titusville Community from Center Place South to Sixth Avenue South from north to south and from Sixth Street South to Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd east to west. North Titusville neighborhood was a place where free slaves were able to own residential and commercial property. The area is home to many famous faces including architect Wallace Rayfield; Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice; Freeman A. Hrabowski III, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Birmingham mayor William Bell; former Birmingham Mayor Larry Langford; former Birmingham city Councillor and Jefferson County Judge Carole Smitherman; and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Harold Jackson.
North Titusville is home to landmarks such as Memorial Park, Elmwood Cemetery, The Villas of Titusville (formerly Loveman’s Village), University Crossings Apartments (a combination of the former Montevallo Gardens and King Manor Apartments), Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School (formerly Center Street Middle School), and DC Blox (an Atlanta, GA based data center). Through the Titusville Development Corporation (which was established in 1984) is one of many partners responsible for a $300 million dollar neighborhood revitalization project to include new homes, rehabbing existing homes, and building a new empowerment center as a centralize place for positive opportunities.
This page is all about North Titusville. Where we were, what could had been, and where we are going. We are on the move and we invite you to not only learn about our neighborhood, but join us in making our community better. We are setting the standard for community pride, ownership, and excellence. A dream soon to be a reality. Restoring history, restoring lives.