As a unique historical building, The Woodall Building is settled in a beautiful small town atmosphere and serves as an all-purpose venue specializing in intimate events. As recorded by the Springville Historical District: “Originally a wagon and buggy assembly plant, built in 1880 by Aaron Woodall, the building is the oldest standing commercial building in Springville and is thought to also be the oldest brick building in St. Clair County (AL). Handmade bricks were used to construct this building and the roof was built from imported English Steel.”
Through the years, the building has been utilized as a hardware store, auto parts store, arcade, gym, antique store, florist business, restaurant and an event center.
Springville's Oldest Commercial Building
Under new ownership, The Woodall Building has been carefully renovated to accommodate intimate events, while preserving much of its history still in tact from the conception. A bridal suite was added so that the bride, bridesmaid and family can get ready for the big day. A groom suite has also been added so that the gentlemen can prepare as well.