Brad Harper Montgomery Advertiser Published 2:10 PM EDT Mar 14, 2019 Work has started on a multimillion-dollar apartment complex in one of Montgomery’s most iconic neighborhoods. Midtown Row will be a three-story, 3,600-square-foot complex at 1109 E. Fairview Ave., between Moe’s Original Bar B Que and the Huntingdon College campus. Initial plans call for $2.59 million in construction, according to a building permit issued by the city earlier this month. Midtown Row will include three three-bedroom, two-bath apartments, 15 two-bedroom, two-bath apartments, 12 one-bedroom, one-bath apartments and five studio apartments. It’s being built by Lowder Construction Company and managed by Colonial Commercial Realty. The property is zoned for mixed use, meaning it could include stores, restaurants or other non-residential spaces. No further details were immediately available. The neighborhood has been through several changes recently, and more are on the way. Longtime fixtures Sinclair’s, Tomatinos, Café Louisa and Seville Salon all left in the past two years. New arrivals include Moe’s and 5 Points Deli & Grill. There are plans in the works for more, including a SaZa Serious Italian and three new bars.