Huntsville Alabama

Real Estate Agent with Exit Leon Crawford Realty


Wow Huntsville sure is growing up fast.  Everytime you turn around there is a new subdivision here, a new business opening there etc.  There is no doubt in my mind that Huntsville is one of the best places to live in the southeast United States!  Research Park is on the cutting edge of technology, while Five Points has all the nostalgia one could ask for. 

 Just as an example of the business boom in this area, Verizon is putting in a call center expecting to provide 1300 jobs to the area.   Redstone Arsenal is home to some of America's finest soldiers and engineering people.

The developing $200 million dollar Bridge Street complex is going to be spectacular.  It features a 200 room luxury Westin Hotel and conference center.   There will also be shopping areas, fine dining, and entertainment fo the whole family.  The complex is going to be contained on 100 acres in Cummings Reasearch Park.  

After living in Massachusetts for the first 20 years of my life, I must say Huntsville is a breath of fresh air.  After being here for over 6 years I am proud to call a place as proactive as Huntsville home.  Not to mention the Southern Hospitality, it took some getting used to, but I enjoy the friendly attitude that most people in the south have.

 If you might be moving to the area and would like some more information about Huntsville/Madison County please contact me.  I will provide free of charge with no obligation a wonderful relocation package for you which will tell you more about Huntsville and the surrounding area.  

Comments (2)

Gary White~Grand Rapids Home Selling Pro Call: 616-821-9375
Flexit Realty "Flexible Home Selling Solutions" - Grand Rapids, MI
Real Estate Services You can Trust!
Nice promo of the area Andrew.
May 14, 2007 12:32 PM
Terry Miller
Miller Homes Group - Tyler, TX
Miller Homes Group and Tyler Apartment Locator

Thanks for the great advice. I will check back often. I really like the blog. I am new at blogging but I am beginning to learn quite a bit from reading blogs like the ones I find on Active Rain. If I can ever be of help just let me know.  

                                                                 Thanks, Terry

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Nov 29, 2008 09:59 AM