About Stovehouse – Huntsville, AL2020-11-10T17:01:07-06:00

STOVEHOUSE PHOTO GALLERY

Explore photos below for a glimpse of the Stovehouse experience. Keep scrolling for FAQs, history & more …

Stovehouse FAQ

Do you have gift cards or certificates?2020-11-25T15:48:34-06:00

We do not have gift cards or gift certificates to use across the entire campus at this time. Most businesses on campus, however, have their own method of issuing gift cards and we encourage you to contact them directly. Check the campus directory for contact info >

What the heck is Stovehouse???2020-11-13T14:12:04-06:00

Stovehouse is a mixed-use campus of restaurants, live entertainment, shopping, office space, bars & more located in Huntsville, AL. The adaptive reuse development was built on the grounds of the Martin Stove factory which was first built ca. 1929. Where they once made heaters & stoves, we’re now manufacturing leisure. Come join us!

What are you doing about COVID-19 on campus?2020-11-17T13:18:08-06:00
Is Stovehouse Kid-Friendly?2019-09-25T15:24:34-05:00

Who’s being mean to kids?! We’ll fight ’em. While we do have alcohol on site and live music, the spaces here were designed for the whole family. Because mom and dad deserve a freakin’ break too 🙂 That said, you gotta supervise your children – or get a babysitter.

There are lawn games that everyone wants to play so Suzy & Johnny can’t camp out using the foot pool table as a playpen all night. And if you see them punting the balls at nearby wine-drinkers, we’ll have them exit the play area.

Because these things CAN happen, we are now having grown folk check out all games in the Company Store so 1. everyone has a chance to play and 2. we keep it safe and sane out there!

Are lawn chairs, lawn darts, or lawn mowers allowed?2019-09-25T15:17:36-05:00

You may bring folding lawn chairs for larger events if you’d like. However, we have seating for hundreds all around campus. Lawn blankets are great choices too! Lawn darts are banned and lawn mowers are only allowed if George Jones shows up.

Where should I park?2019-09-25T15:14:40-05:00

We have parking on the east and west sides of the Stovehouse campus. See the map >

EAST MAIN ENTRANCE:

  • Access by turning off of Governors Drive onto 9th Street
  • Or come in from on 4th Avenue off of Triana

WEST MAIN ENTRANCE:

  • Enter from Governors Drive across from Big Spring Cafe (across from 11th Street-ish)
Can I bring in outside food? Beverages?2019-09-25T15:08:23-05:00

Stovehouse has restaurants and beverages on-site. Our tenants have you covered! So … food and beverage? No. A birthday cake? YES!

Do you have rental spaces available for private parties, meetings etc?2020-11-25T16:04:37-06:00

We have several event spaces available for private parties, wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, birthday parties, conferences, business meetings and more. Check out our event spaces at Stovehouse in Huntsville here >

Do you have spaces available for leasing?2019-09-25T15:02:13-05:00

Stovehouse will have nearly 200,000 sq. ft. of office, retail, restaurant, entertainment and event space. Please contact leasing using this form or call Crunkleton Commercial Real Estate at (256) 536-8809

Who do I contact about performing at Stovehouse?2019-09-25T15:26:36-05:00

If you’d like to perform at Stovehouse, please fill out this form and don’t forget to send link to live performance video!

Can I take photos / videos at Stovehouse?2019-09-25T14:58:27-05:00

Great question! This place is full of photo opps. Check out all you need to know about our photo / video policy here >

Are pets allowed at Stovehouse?2019-09-25T14:56:49-05:00

Short answer … no. Because the whole campus is designated for food & beverage, we do not allow pets on premises. Of course, legit service animals may accompany you. Why? Here’s the current state of things in regards to “pets on patios.”

HOWEVER, this is a caveat. We do allow giraffes. Giraffes are awesome.

What are your hours?2020-11-17T13:15:28-06:00

Since Stovehouse is home to offices, retail, restaurants, fitness and nightlife, the answer is a bit more complicated than you might expect! Please contact campus businesses directly for their hours >

At this time, our public hours are:

Monday: 8am-11pm

Tuesday: 8am-11pm

Wednesday: 8am-11pm

Thursday: 8am-11pm

Friday: 8am-midnight

Saturday: 10am-midnight

Sunday: 10am-8pm

STOVEHOUSE HISTORY & REVIVAL

Built ca. 1929 – revived 2019

Stovehouse is built on the bones of the Martin Stamping & Stove factory on Governors Drive in Huntsville, AL. Construction on the original building began around 1928 and was first home to the Electric Belle Stove Company. Soon after opening, the operation was scooped up by Martin Stamping & Stove out of Florence (where the company had foundries and was building cast iron stoves. The location in Huntsville produced gas and electric heaters (“stoves”), air circulators and more until the turn of the century.

Martin Stamping & Stove close upReconstruction on the campus now known as Stovehouse began in 2018 with the goal of reviving the energy of the old factory and the neighborhood surrounding it. Did you know: ALL of the outdoor areas you enjoy on campus were under roof before we uncovered what is now The Courtyard, The Food Garden & Leisure Lawn, Gaslight & Martin Alley?

As you explore the 12-acre campus, look for signs of the past in structures made from bridge trusses, railroads, and columns constructed from acetylene canisters repurposed during WWII austerity measures. Check out the old tanks & tumblers behind the Leisure Lawn stage and the sloped, Martin-family-add-on rooflines, the yellow & green compressor right outside Parm & Pepper.

As of 2020, Stovehouse is in full-swing—manufacturing leisure. It’s home to restaurants, event spaces, live music venues, bars, outdoor dining, coffee shops, boutique shopping, fitness studios and high tech companies. Check out the campus directory >

 

Martin Stamping & Stove / Martin Industries Historical Photos

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