The historic Martin Stove Building on Governors Drive is the site of Huntsville’s next destination for dining, shopping, and entertainment. Stovehouse was first announced last September along with early sketches of the coming development. But now, the latest renderings reveal the full breadth of the project and showcase the much-anticipated food garden, rooftop wine bar, entertainment stage, and abundant courtyards.
Stovehouse owner/co-developer Danny Yancey purchased the building in 2016 along with his wife Patti and they immediately recognized the historic property’s potential. The goal quickly became to create a new kind of adaptive-reuse project that blended history, innovation, and urban energy—reflecting the character of Huntsville itself.
“From the first time I walked through the huge building, I saw huge potential,” said Danny. “We’re working with Centric Architecture to preserve the past while building a destination that serves Huntsville today. Where Rome Stove and Martin Stove produced durable goods, we’ll be manufacturing leisure.”
When studying the renderings, it’s easy to see the many leisure activities available. A balance of office life, fitness, food, and entertainment make Stovehouse a one-stop shop, creating a seamless transition from a productive workday to a carefree evening.
Stovehouse will offer tenants access to high-quality amenities and a vibrant community hub suited for everything from networking events to family-friendly activities. And its ultra-convenient location near I-565, Memorial Parkway, and Downtown puts it in the center of major Huntsville attractions.
“We already have firm commitments from tenants who will make Stovehouse a unique, high-traffic destination,” stated Stovehouse co-developer and leasing agent Wesley Crunkleton of Crunkleton Commercial Real Estate. “Curating the proper tenant mix at Stovehouse is vital, and we are focused on finding the ideal entertainment, retail, restaurant, and office combination to ensure the development thrives.”
If you are interested in becoming a part of Stovehouse, contact Crunkleton Commercial Real Estate at email@example.com or call 256-536-8809. Or fill out a leasing inquiry on the Stovehouse website here.
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