With niche retail and specialty restaurants, seasonal markets, lakeside pavilions and more, MidCity will serve as a central entertainment and gathering place for Huntsville residents and the surrounding community to connect, work, shop and live.
The project is deeply invested in improving quality of life for the area. The MidCity master plan reveals a series of interconnected spaces and gathering places packed with opportunities to engage and discover.
The project brings something for all tastes, from athletes and foodies to fashionistas and families. It will include unique and highly-sought after entertainment features, such as an outdoor amphitheater for live concerts and events, a recreational hub in a 38-acre park that will incorporate rock climbing walls, a kayak center and a running and biking path that encircles the lake.
Dotted throughout with lakeside pavilions, wine bars, event spaces and decks overhanging the lake, the 38-acre public park MidCity Park provides a range of options for special events and memorable experiences, from a waterfront kayak center and winding bike trails to a spectacular outdoor rock climbing wall.
The state-of-the-art outdoor amphitheater will house 8,500 seats and provide the region with live performances of all kinds, including world-class concerts and cultural shows featuring local, regional and national talent.
MidCity Park offers adventure activities to engage Huntsville’s health-conscious and fitness-oriented community through its adrenaline zone, which integrates a functional lake system and kayak center with several multi-purpose lawns for memorable recreational fun, including rock climbing walls. There’s something for everyone, and all levels of activity and ability!
The stage at The Point will showcase an eclectic and diverse array of musicians, artists and dancers, providing a delightful cadence of live entertainment for all ages from our community and surrounding area.
Providing a go-at-you-own-pace alternative to the adventure activities in the adrenaline zone, MidCity Park’s one-mile biking and walking trail encircles the lake, offering spectacular views and a beautiful recreational space to watch the seasons pass.