Publix Shopping Center Outparcel. For sale, lease or build-to-suit.The site is located in the Birmingham-Hoover MSA (pop. 1.14 million) inside the city limits of Birmingham and in the heartof the Oxmoor Valley. The cities of Homewood, Hoover, and Bessemer also have municipal territory within the Valley.Oxmoor Valley consists of the relative level lands west of I-65 lying between the NE/SW trending ridgelines of Red Mountainand Shades Mountain and AL HWY 150 on the south. This mountain geography and the I-65 and 150 highways frame thetrade area for the site.Site will be delivered as zoned, improved real estate, graded level, water/sewer to property line, cross access with shoppingcenter, drainage to master storm-water detention pond. Subject to ECR that with covenants to protect everyone's investment.Restrictions against noxious/offensive uses. Publix exclusives (grocery, bakery, deli, fish market, pharmacy, liquor) apply.

Property Type: Land -Retail
Listing ID: KFWJGH
Style: Not Applicable
Lot Size: 1.15 AC
Available Date: Jul 17th, 2017
Area Description

Area Description: The site commands the bullseye intersection of the two primary travel arteries through Oxmoor Valley: Lakeshore Parkwayand CR 93. Bisecting the trade area from E/W is Lakeshore Parkway, a 4-lane, divided highway extending to its interchangewith I-65 and points east and westerly to a terminus at AL HWY 150. Lakeshore connects the site directly to Samford University,Homewood, Mountain Brook, and Brookhaven Mall to the east and Bessemer to the west. It is a major commuter routeto/from I-65. Future extension of Lakeshore on to I-459 is on the drawing boards after 2020 per the Birmingham MPO. CR 93,a combined route of Shannon-Wenonah Road and Ross Bridge Parkway, is the main N/S artery through the Valley extendingnorth across Red Mountain and south to a terminus with AL 150 at Deer Valley. CR 93 connects the site to Lawson StateCommunity College (1,146 students) and Midfield on the north and Ross Bridge Country Club and Deer Valley to the south.

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