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A Public-Private Partnership in Northwest Alabama on the Tennessee River

The Center of the Shoals

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"Magic is the word that comes to mind
when I think of Muscle Shoals"   — Bono

Set in the center of the Shoals on over 300 acres, Inspiration Landing will be a mixed-use development on the banks of the Tennessee River in Sheffield, Alabama. Furnace Hill, an entertainment district planned within the Inspiration Landing community, will bring together some of the region's most celebrated brands to create a hub of dining, shopping, family entertainment and nightlife. There's no place else quite like it – a vibrant blend of music, heritage and hospitality that reflects the Shoals area, birthplace of some of the greatest R&B, rock and pop hits ever recorded.

"Furnace Hill at Inspiration Landing is a transformative project for the City of Sheffield that will bring renewed prosperity as a multi-faceted entertainment destination for music lovers, diners, movie fans, adventurers, history buffs and nature lovers."

— Steve Stanley, Mayor of Sheffield, Alabama

"Furnace Hill at Inspiration Landing, the much anticipated development along the beautiful Tennessee River, is perfectly situated in 'The Center of the Shoals' Sheffield, Alabama. Only minutes away from surrounding cities known internationally for being the 'Hit Recording Capital of the World' and the birthplace of both W.C. Handy and Helen Keller, and with convenient access to delicious food, an intriguing history, unique art, and a music culture unlike any other, Furnace Hill at Inspiration Landing is destined to draw visitors from around the world while becoming an ideal place to call home."

— Tori Bailey, Colbert County Commissioner


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Currently under construction in Sheffield, Alabama, Inspiration Landing is an easy drive from cities across the region – two hours or less for many.

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