The January/Februay 2012 edition of Preservation Magazine coins Pepper Place as one of the South's most popular design and entertainment districts. This article tells the story of how the vision of Cathy Sloss Jones, president and CEO of Sloss Real Estate, preserved the historic Dr. Pepper plant, which has become one of Birmingham's most loved spots.(read more)
The New York Times article featuring Sloss Real Estate also included a slide show to highlight key parts of the article. We have posted the images and captions that were used for this peice, which can also be found on the New York Times website.(read more)
One Federal Place
Who We Are
The Sloss family has been shaping the skyline of Birmingham, Alabama for over a century. Colonel James Withers Sloss founded the giant furnaces on First Avenue North in 1882, forging the Magic City's future in iron and steel.
Founded by A. Page Sloss in 1920, and later led by A. Page Sloss, Jr., the company remains a family business. Today, the Colonel's great-great granddaughter serves as president of Sloss Real Estate, a collection of companies that continue to redefine the city's future through a variety of urban renovation and construction projects.
Sloss Real Estate is a company that believes the city of Birmingham itself serves as a touchstone for the entire metropolitan area, and works tirelessly to revitalize and enhance the city's unique commercial districts.