New restaurant at Oxford Train Station issued building permit | The Bama Buzz

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Spring Street Station — a new restaurant in Oxford — was the only million-dollar-plus building permit issued this past week. (City of Oxford)

This past week, one new building permit was issued across Alabama for construction projects exceeding $1 million. The lone high-dollar project is for a new restaurant going in the old Oxford Train Station.

Here’s what we know about this project:

Building permit for Spring Street Station

Building Permit
The old Oxford Train Station will become the Spring Street Station restaurant later this year. (City of Oxford)

The lone million-dollar-plus building permit issued this past week in Alabama was a $1.08 million project that is transforming the old Oxford Train station into a new restaurant.

Spring Street Station will open later this year, a restaurant and event venue in historic downtown Oxford. Here are some details:

  • The restaurant is owned by local restaurateur Charlotte Hubbard.
  • Spring Street Station will serve lunch and dinner.
  • The restaurant will serve “upscale fast food” which will range from special topping hot dogs to wings and burgers.
  • Live music will be featured with a venue for young artists to showcase their talent.
  • All draft beer served will be from Alabama breweries.
  • Plans are for the restaurant to open in the fall.
Date City Builder Ownerof Project ProjectAddress ProjectSubdivision ProjectState ProjectZip Code Subtype of Project Square Footage Amount
07/04/2024 Oxford McWhorter and Company Inc Owner Information Not Provided 50 Spring Street AL $1,083,249

Past building permits in Alabama

Building Permits
The Star Amphitheater in Birmingham was among the new building permits in Alabama last week. (Stone Building Corp.)

Here are some of our previous building permits reports in case you missed them:

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