The Weekly Wrap – December 9, 2022

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Madison City: Madison leaders accepted an $11.2 million bid giving the green light to turn the old Three Springs juvenile detention center into a multi-purpose community center.

Read More: Madison Record December 6, 2022

Space Command Update: General James H. Dickinson, the commander of U.S. Space Command, stated that the decision for their headquarters location will be announced very soon by Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall.

Read More: HBJ December 5, 2022

Business & Economy

New Industrial Park: Land has been acquired for the Huntsville Logistics Center, a four-building industrial park with access to I-565, Mazda Toyota Manufacturing, and the Huntsville International Airport. 

Read More: HBJ December 8, 2022

Development: Bonaventure expands into Huntsville with Attain at Bradford Creek, a 350-unit Class A multifamily community​​​​​​.

Read More: Businesswire December 7, 2022

Relocation: Books-A-Million opens its new Huntsville location off South Memorial Parkway.

Read More: WHNT December 7, 2022

Development: Redstone Gateway and its developer, Corporate Office Properties Trust, announced a 150-room Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott is under construction and planned to be completed by the summer of 2023.

Read More: December 6, 2022

Investment: Dothan city commissioners voted unanimously to appropriate more than $20 million to Huntsville-based HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology and their new satellite office in Dothan.

Read More: WTVY December 6, 2022


Acquisition: Huntsville-based Lakeland Industries grows its global fire protection business by acquiring Eagle Technical Products.

Read More: Yahoo News December 5, 2022

Culture & Entertainment

Artemis I Party: Sunday, December 11th, the Space & Rocket Center and the Rocket City Trash Pandas are hosting an Orion Splashdown Watch Party 

Read More: WAAY December 6 2022

Arts & Entertainment District: The Town Madison development will soon be designated the first Arts & Entertainment District in the City of Madison. This allows people to leave an establishment and take their alcoholic drinks with them in a designated cup within the district.

Read More: WHNT December 2, 2022