Vestavia City Center
Vestavia Hills, Alabama

Located in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, Vestavia Hills City Center is a 378,000 square foot leisure center that is anchored by Rave Motion Pictures, Stein Mart, and Publix, along with restaurants such as Panera Bread, Frio en La Paz, Zoe's Kitchen, Mugshots Grill and Bar, Moe's Southwest Grill, Sekisui Japanese Restaurant, Newk's Express Cafe and Starbucks.

The site, positioned between the affluent cities of Mountain Brook, Homewood and Hoover, is an in-fill location positioned on the Northwest and Southwest corners of Kentucky Avenue and Montgomery Highway (US-31). Along with being located on US Highway 31 just 4.5 miles from downtown Birmingham, it is also located near two other major traffic arteries within the metro area. The center is only 4.2 miles from Interstate 65 and 2.5 miles from US Highway 280.

US-31 is a major 4-lane North/South secondary artery routing community traffic through the Birmingham MSA. US-31 has a traffic count of approximately 35,000 cars per day passing directly in front of the site and there are over 141,688 people living within a 10-minute drive.

Within 15 minutes of the center, there is a population of 243,503 people with an average household income of $73,301. There are over 13,231 businesses within 5 miles of Vestavia Hills City Center, employing over 102,000 people.

The city of Vestavia is among the most prominent communities in both the Birmingham area and the entire state. Attractions to the area include nationally rated public schools, access to a fast growing job market, a very low crime rate, and great recreation and cultural activities. Additionally, the residents enjoy easy accessibility to business, drive-up-to-the-door shopping and a tremendous community spirit and pride. This pride is reflected in the quaint, well-kept neighborhoods and beautiful landscaping of the area. Vestavia Hills has been rated one of the top "50 Fabulous Places to Raise a Family."