Anchoring the district is the Lowe Mill ARTS and Entertainment Center--America’s largest private and independent arts center. This historical textile mill houses over 100 artists, musicians, artisans, designers and other creatives. In-house dining options are numerous with restaurants such as Happy Tummy, Alchemy Lounge and the Chef Will the Palate food truck.
For sweeter treats, try Pizzelle's Confections and Suzy's Pops or artisan coffee and tea at Piper & Leaf. Enjoy them while shopping eclectic retail shops such as Green Pea Press, Vertical House Records, and Tangled String Studios which doubles as an artisan musical instrument store and intimate listening lounge for local and regional musicians.
Minutes away from the Lowe Mill ARTS and Entertainment center is Alabama's newest premier comedy club Stand Up Live Huntsville. Blocks away from Lowe Mill ARTS and Entertainment is the new Huntsville West coworking and incubator, a re-purposed Elementary School where entrepreneurs, freelancers, and remote workers share resources, collaborate and innovate. Huntsville West features a variety of shared and dedicated work stations, private offices, lounges, meeting rooms, and an array of resources to support their members.
In addition to the Huntsville West technology launchpad, the district also offers an eclectic array of businesses such as such as Bandito Burrito, Dolce Pan Bakery, Earth & Stone Wood Fired Pizza, Ale's Kitchen, Wish You Were Beer, The Bar at 805, and three local craft breweries: Yellowhammer, Straight to Ale, and Salty Nut.
For those that want to live near the fun, the Lowe Mill area is also home to funky cottages ready for renovation and other interesting homes all around the district's unique destinations.
From special events to unique retail, the Lowe Mill District offers an intersection between arts, culture, and innovation for businesses, residences, and special events.